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He remained positive, though.
On Friday night, rapper Busta Rhymes accidentally busted something other than rhymes.
During a New York City show at Webster Hall featuring fellow rapper O.T. Genasis, Busta was very much living in the moment: He even lit up a cigar. But as the build of O.T. Genasis’s hit single “CoCo” rose to a climax and Busta started headbanging, he took a tumble forward and into the crowd.
While some people are calling this a stagedive, it is decidedly not. The centrifugal force of his chain, coupled with his passion for music, life, and cigars, might be to blame. Thankfully this clip has the slow-motion replay.
Busta sustained a gash to his head, but assured his fans everything was in check.
WE ALWAYS WILL BE ON 10!! WE JUST TOOK 1 STEP 2 FAR OFF THE STAGE AND THAT WAS IT!! SHIT HAPPENS BUT I LOVE IT CAUSE WE LIVE IT!!
— Busta Rhymes (@BustaRhymes) November 28, 2014
Words to live by, really.
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.