That Busta Rhymes is a class act. While he was dining in South Beach, an apparently not-butch-enough male fan tapped him on the shoulder in hopes of paying him a compliment. The rapper's response? According to the New York Post, he immediately went off on his admirer and sicked his bodyguards on him, reportedly muttering, "I hate [bleepin'] faggots." Always nice to see a hip-hopper break the stereotype that their ilk are insecure homophobes, isn't it?
Busta Rhymes isn't dabbling in movies to add more gangsta glam to his hip-hop lifestyle. Just look at the drab setting of his scenes in Narc, which were filmed in a dirty, hazardous Toronto warehouse in the dead of winter. The 31-year-old star — last seen in Halloween: Resurrection — tells TV Guide Online he truly suffered for his art.
"It was one of the most uncomfortable experiences in my life," says Rhymes, who plays a drug dealer suspected of murder. "The conditions of the environment brought out a lot of natural reactions that I probably wouldn't be able to fake. I'm still new to the acting thing, so I'm trying to develop my skills on those levels where I could be in 100-degree temperature and act like I'm in 100 below."
With the notoriously intense Ray Liotta playing his police interrogator, Rhymes says looking scared didn't take much effort! "[Ray] had some scenes where he had to beat us up in the chair, smack us arou