Rapper Busta Rhymes slams freedom-sucking COVID mandates in viral rant: ‘F**k your mask!’

Rapper Busta Rhymes torched government mask mandates in a recent live performance in St. Louis bluntly proclaiming “F**k your mask!” as he railed against the loss of civil liberties to a cheering crowd.

”This is my second show in front of human life in the last 15 f**king months,” the 49-year-old legendary rapper born Trevor George Smith Jr. told his audience in a viral video that recently surfaced on social media.

“COVID can suck a d**k,” Rhymes declared. “All these little weird-ass government policies and mandates suck a d**k. Stop trying to take our civil liberties away. It feels good to be back outside. We outside for real!”

“No human being supposed to tell you you can’t breathe freely,” the performer boldly told his audience in St. Louis. “F**k your mask. I’m saying. Some of you might feel differently, but f**k your mask.”

WARNING: Graphic Language

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“I can’t rhyme to you with a mask on,” he remarked from Seoul Tacos 10th Anniversary Block Party in St. Louis. “We can’t eat food with a f**king mask on. We can’t even see each other smile with a mask on.”

The rapper told his fans that he came from a different time. One where if he wanted to let a woman know he was interested in her, he would have to do stuff with his face. He went on to claim that we give each other energy by being able to see each other’s faces. That energy is effectively “blocked” when we are forced to wear a mask.

“All of that energy gets blocked when your mask is on. Energy is important. We are all conducting the f**king good energy. We also gotta be clear when the mother f**cker tryin’ giving you bad energy. You can tell by the expression on their face. I wanna see your face. F**k your mask,” he asserted.

The “Break Ya Neck” hitmaker proceeded to apologize for getting a little “political” and said “we can party,” but “we gotta talk.” Rhymes went on to state that “We gotta communicate. We gotta establish new understandings.”

He celebrated his June 19 appearance outside as a “God-given right of freedom.” He also noted that he missed his people during the lockdowns over the last 15 months and he made it abundantly clear, “F**k that, I ain’t going through that sh*t again.”

“And make sure you all are prepared too,” Rhymes urged his fans. “If anything came out of this motherf**ker was a lot of learning. I learned so much sh*t in this little time off. Thank you for the one thing that come out of this f**king shut down, I have become more empowered.” He went on to say, “They can’t f**k with us when we’re together like this.”

The rapper has been very vocal in the past about his dislike for masks, lockdowns, and COVID in general. But he kicked up his pushback on it a notch taking a stance during a live performance.

Rhymes is echoing the sentiments, anger, and frustration of much of America these days.

Busta Rhyme’s freedom fighter rhetoric caught fire on social media: (** Language warning)

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