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September 08, 2021
Rapper Busta Rhymes Speaks Out Hard Against Masks, Lockdowns: 'All These Government Mandates, Suck a ...'
No, Busta Rhymes is not "the science." He's not an unelected government bureaucrat working for the CDC. He's just an American citizen speaking his mind on a shared experience. He just also happens to be one of the illest MCs of all time. He's one of the few celebrities willing to speak out AGAINST what the approved narrative is from the government. Celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel say you should die if you don't stick a needle in your arm the way the Biden admin wants you to. Busta Rhymes would prefer you stick the government mandates somewhere. In language that is in no way safe for work or children.
Busta Rhymes gets it. He gets it https://t.co/Azd9zxBKfH
— Mythinformed MKE (@MythinformedMKE) August 24, 2021
In the last fifteen f*cking months, C*VID can suck a d*ck. All these little weird-ass government policies and mandates, suck a d*ck. Stop trying to take our civil liberties away. ... It's called the God-given right of freedom, right? No human being is supposed to tell you you can't even breathe freely. F*ck your mask.
If it were me, I would have said to b*st a n*t in C*VID's eye to show the government mandates where you came from. But I think those were Phife Dawg's bars. Colorful language aside, this is the most important part of Busta's speech.
Make sure y'all are prepared too. If anything came out of this muthaf*cker, it was a lot of learning.
I sure as hell hope so. It's why we've been telling you to pay attention to what's happening in Australia. Putting dogs down so that you don't leave your house to rescue them, opening government "health" detention centers, and mandating citizens download an app on their phone so that the government and police can both track you is what happens if Americans didn't learn anything over these past eighteen months. Plus the fifteen days to flatten the curve.
Busta Rhymes — who again is neither the science nor an unelected government bureaucrat — is willing to speaking out. I seem to remember when artists would brag about speaking truth to power. It's sad how many lost the courage to do so this year.
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