Anti-masker Busta Rhymes called a 'clown' for screaming 'Covid could suck a d**k'

'If Covid could talk it’d sound like Busta Rhymes,' a Twitter user weighed in after Busta Rhymes revealed himself to be anti-masker


                            Anti-masker Busta Rhymes called a 'clown' for screaming 'Covid could suck a d**k'
Busta Rhymes revealed he's an anti masker at a recent show in Missouri (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images for Pandora)

If you think the most disappointing thing Busta Rhymes ever did in his life is being the dragon on 'The Masked Singer', it's time to think again. The 'Look At Me Now' rapper revealed he's an anti-masker during a rant saying, "no human being is supposed to tell you you can't even breathe freely. F**k your mask!" In December last year, Van Morrison and Eric Clapton released an anti-mask track amid a surge in Covid-19 cases in the United Kingdom despite being in the high-risk group at 75 years of age.

Of anti-mask and anti-vax musical entities, Noel Gallagher once said, “I don’t give a f**k, I choose not to wear one. If I get the virus, it’s on me. It’s not on anyone else. If every other c**t’s wearing a mask, I’m not gonna catch it off them. And if I’ve got it, they’re not going to catch it off me.” On the other hand, legendary rapper Eminem called out anti-maskers back in July 2020. “F**k’s going on man?/Bunch of half-wits up in office/Half of us walkin’ around like a zombie apocalypse/Other half are just pissed off/And don’t wanna wear a mask/And they’re just scoffin," he rapped in the track titled 'The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady' featuring Kid Cudi. 

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Busta Rhymes says 'F**k your mask' 

Busta recently did a show in St. Louis Missouri where Covid-19 cases are surging amidst low vaccination rates. A video from the show started making the rounds on Twitter on Tuesday, August 24, which has caused massive outrage amongst disappointed fans. “This is my second show in front of human life in the last 15 f**king months,” he says in the clip. “Covid could suck a d**k," he notes. It was all fun and games till this point and the speech/rant went entirely downhill from this point onwards.

“All these little weird-a** government policies and mandates… suck a d**k!” he screamed in his mike. “Stop trying to take our civil liberties away… No human being is supposed to tell you [that] you can’t even breathe freely! F**k your mask.” This appears like a clear case of misguided information the rapper was trying to propagate especially the "cannot breathe freely" part which has been proved incorrect many times since the inception of Covid-19. Musicians like DeadMau5, Pharell, Marshmello, Daft Punk, Slipknot, and many other musicians have been wearing masks all year long for years without incident.



 

Busta Rhymes disappoints OG fans with his misguided rant 

"Ask yourself two things: 1.) Do I trust Busta Rhymes with MY health? 2.) Will “energy” power that ventilator when my lungs are too inflamed for me to breathe?" wrote a user after Busta's rant video started trending on Twitter. "As an O.G. @BustaRhymes fan this is so disappointing. Black Americans are dying disproportionately from COVID. And they’re being bombarded with disinformation on social media and from influencers who are NOT DOCTORS OR SCIENTISTS," read another tweet. "Busta Rhymes is a clown," wrote another irate user.

"No longer a fan of @BustaRhymes. The guy just flushed his career down the toilet. So sad. I guess he got to enjoy the highs of it anyway. Bye Busta! You ended up living up to your name. Being a BUSTA," another tweet read. "So we add Busta Rhymes and Buju Banton to the list of disappointments. If you are against the vaccine ok fine (f-around and find out though) but at least wear a damn mask. Wtf," read another tweet. "If Covid could talk it’d sound like Busta Rhymes," wrote another. 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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