Busta Rhymes Sets His Sights On Jay-Z, Eminem, & Lil Wayne
Busta Rhymes is on top of the world these days, and understandably so. The legendary emcee recently dropped off his tenth studio album ELE2: The Wrath Of God, an album that clearly resonated with Bus-a-Bus on a deep emotional level. Following its release, it’s been nothing but praise across the board, a timely reminder that one of hip-hop’s greatest emcees is still operating at an elite level. And Busta knows it too, as evidenced by the reawakening of his dragon-esque competitive spirit.
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Lest we forget, he previously sought all the smoke with Tip Harris, challenging the trap music innovator to a Verzuz battle and vowing to bestow an ass-whooping so thorough that the word “expeditiously” would be forcefully scrubbed from his vocabulary. While T.I. opted to gracefully decline, citing an experience gap of sorts, Busta decided to refocus his gaze on another top tier emcee. One that many hold in the highest regard, which is to say, a couple of bonafide GOAT contenders.
Speaking with Complex’s Speedy Morman, Busta explained that he wasn’t upset that T.I. passed on the challenge — far from it. “These are all glorious moments,” explains Busta Rhymes. “We’re celebrating each other and having fun and we getting the opportunity to show some competitive…