Veteran rapper Busta Rhymes is not here for the masks. During a recent performance, Busta completely shut down the concept of staying COVID-19 safe with face coverings.
Busta Rhymes Goes On Wild Anti-Mask Rank
Busta went on stage and let everybody know his disdain for masks. He discussed God-given freedoms and talked about the downsides of wearing a mask, making it clear he was not a fan of mandates.
“This is my second show in front of human life in the last 15 f–king months. COVID can suck a d–k. All these little weird-ass government policies and mandates [can] suck a d–k. It’s called the God-given right of freedom, right? No human being is supposed to tell you that you can’t even breathe freely. F–k your mask. … Some of y’all might feel differently, but f–k your mask. We can’t eat food with a f–king mask on. We can’t even see each other’s smiles with a mask on. All of that energy gets blocked when our mask is on and energy is important. We are all conductors of f–king good energy.”
Busta Rhymes’ “Realest” Song Is Coming
Fans of the New York rapper might not all agree, but he definitely has been giving them a reason to lock in. The hip-hop veteran announced plans back in June 2021 to drop a new song called “Deep Thought” in memory of fallen fathers and loved ones.
The Big Apple heavyweight went to his Instagram page to break the big news to followers. Without getting too deep into the song’s creation, Busta revealed the anthem is a true salute just in time for Father’s Day.
“This is one of the realest songs I ever wrote… If you ever lost your Father and/or anyone that has been a Father figure to you this was intended to cut deep into your Soul. Right on time for Father’s Day wknd this Wknd. Salute to all the Father’s and to all the loved ones we’ve lost. #DEEPTHOUGHT – Dropping 6.17.21 12pm Est.”
Busta Rhymes Remembers The Late DMX
The Brooklyn rap heavyweight recently went to Instagram with a clip of himself and late New York rap icon DMX prior to his death. The special moment featured X and Busta embracing one another.
“I hate this but I’m at peace with it because you are finally at peace King. I love you Eternally X. For infinity lifetimes I will forever love you Big bro. Rest Easy Beloved. Rest.”
Busta Rhymes + Mariah Carey Reunite
The rap veteran and iconic singer Mariah Carey formed an unforgettable collaboration in 2003 with “I Know What You Want.” The dynamic duo recently reunited, 18 years later, with a sequel called “Where I Belong.” “Where I Belong” is on Rhymes’ Extinction Level Event 2 album, which dropped in October 2020. The video came packed with graphic novel inspirations and continued the story from “I Know What You Want.”