Rhymes Busta: ‘Shame on me? Losing my virginity at 15 ‘| Life and style

B.orn in Brooklyn, Busta Rhymes, 48 ​​on the 90s hip-hop group Leader Of The New School. In 1996, he released his first single, The Coming, which went platinum. He has 11 Grammy nominations and his famous singles include Don’t Cha with the Pussycat Dolls. His latest album is Extinction Stage 2 Event: The Wrath Of God. He lives in New York and has six children.

When were you happier?
When I was young and happy, before I realized what obstacles we face as black people. I was raised in a beautiful home with wonderful parents. They allowed me to enjoy what it was like to be a child.

What attraction do you miss the most in yourself?
Time management.

What attraction do you lament in others?
Lack of self-worth.

What moment was most embarrassing to you?
Losing my virginity when I was 15. I didn’t do it right.

Other than a building, what is your most expensive bought?
I bought myself a pinky diamond ring for two million dollars.

What makes you unhappy?
Worrying about my family.

What do you dislike about your appearance?
Right now, nothing. I started training in February and went from 340lb to 254lb.

What is your most unsatisfactory use?
Biting the skin off my toes.

What is the one thing that would improve your quality of life?
To be able to empower my entire family with generational wealth.

What did you want to be when you were growing up?
I always wanted to be a rapper.

What’s the worst thing anyone can do you say
My belief that I could become a successful recording artist was a waste of time. It didn’t matter: I had my mother’s credit, so I knew I would get into this dream.

What’s at the top of your bucket list?
I want to live to be 160 years old.

Who would you like to say hard to, and why?
To my father, for the time lost when we were not getting on. We were able to settle a few months before he died five years ago.

What or who is the greatest love of your life?
I still don’t think I’ve found anyone on this planet that I love more than my mother.

If you could go back in time, where would you go?
Back in history, and make sure that all slave masters and all those involved in the unfair injustice done to black and brown people felt the same that’s right.

How do you relax?
I like to sleep. It doesn’t matter what time of day it is. I leave my TV on and my AC blowing because I like the windmill, it feels like you are at sea.

What keeps you awake at night?
Creating. When everyone goes to bed and then you have six or seven hours to form peacefully. I have become nocturnal. Even at night when I’m not in the studio, I still wouldn’t sleep until six in the morning.

Where would you like to be now?
On another planet where this Covid crust did not exist.

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