Rapper Busta Rhymes makes a living with words, but this week he used some that could come to back to haunt him.
The rap star allegedly hurled homophobic slurs at Miami Beach restaurant workers when his entourage wasn’t allowed to cut in line for faster service, according to The Huffington Post.
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Stephanie Vitori, the owner of local late-night favorite Cheeseburger Baby, told The Huffington Post the rapper’s party became belligerent when the restaurant refused to take their order before others waiting in line — then Rhymes flew into a rage when condiments were served on the side, calling one server a “fag” and Vitori a “bitch.”
Vitori said the restaurant was slammed as usual after South Beach clubs let out, but “one of [Rhymes’] crew came in and said, ‘Can you take my order first? We’re very important people.'”
Cheeseburger Baby employees declined….
Apparently Rhymes also wasn’t happy to receive his food with the condiments served on the side, the restaurant’s policy for avoiding soggy buns.
According to Vitori, after an employee explained the policy to the 40-year-old rapper, he allegedly screamed, “F*** you, fag! I’m not leaving until I get ketchup, mayo, salt and pepper on my burger,” and he began coming over the counter. “F*** you, bitch,” he said, turning to Vitori.