Busta Rhymes fury: Rapper stops show to lecture female fan and date

busta-rhymes-fury-rapper-stops-show-to-lecture-female-fan-and-date LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 12: Hip Hop Artist Busta Rhymes during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)

Busta Rhymes’ fan went too far, and the rapper is not having it. He doesn’t care if he offends the fan who got a little too handsy with him, even if she’s female and her date is with her. In fact, her having a date aggravates Rhymes.

During a recent performance, a video of the “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” rapper slapping a female concertgoer’s hand away from his body went viral. The Brooklyn-born emcee warned her boyfriend, “I’ll f-k your girl,” after firmly reprimanding the obnoxious fangirl.

“Stop the music!” yelled Rhymes, 50, in the middle of his high-energy show, surprising the audience. “Ayo, shorty, you’re with your man, right?” he inquired of the woman whose wrist he had struck. She and her date sat in the first row, near the edge of the stage.

Before she could respond, Rhymes turned to her boyfriend and asked what he was on (presumably what drugs he was on) to allow her date to behave in such a manner towards the rapper. The emcee of “Break Ya Neck” then made a shocking promise to demonstrate the dangers of exceeding his personal boundaries.

He stated that as an adult, he has the right to “f—k” the girl even if he does not want to. He hinted that males have a tendency to only respond to handsy females. The audience gasped as he told the man to “tame” his girl, which is unusual for a performer to say.

Busta Rhymes’ representatives did not immediately respond to The Post’s requests for comment.

Throughout the footage of Busta going berserk, the Grammy-nominated performer blamed his ferocity on the current cultural climate. He has a lengthy explanation for his reaction to being groped by a female fan, which other celebrities would simply accept as part of the job.

He asserted:

“This is a weird day, a weird time. She touched me and s-t, y’all got them little funny ass camera phones [filming], and I don’t agree with that. She might do some police s-t. I’m not with it.”

He went on to say that the girl’s behavior would not have been tolerated in “his day.”
The “Make It Clap” singer went on to say that people didn’t act strangely in front of cameras back in his day, before telling the man to just get the girl and stand beside him.

He also instructed the female fan to remain by her date’s side. But the audience had other ideas and dragged the woman away from the stage.