Rapper Busta Rhymes goes OFF on Covid restrictions and mask mandates

Rapper Busta Rhymes, known for his hit songs “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” and “I Know What You Want”, went off on government mandates and restrictions at a recent concert in St. Louis.

”This is my second show in front of human life in the last 15 f*cking months,” he rapper ranted. “All these little weird ass government policies and mandates suck a d*ck. Stop trying to take our civil liberties away.”

“COVID can suck a d*ck,” he added.

The rapper said it felt good to “be back outside” and went on to say “it’s called the God given right of freedom, right?” as a rowdy crowd cheered him on.

St. Louis recently reinstated their mask mandate amid rising cases of the Delta variant. The new rule requires “everyone age five and over, including those who are vaccinated, to wear a mask.”

Wearing masks outdoors, especially in group settings, is encouraged but not mandatory in the city.

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