Busta Rhymes‘ response to a weird female getting his butt is stirring an outcry amongst fans — however Claudia Jordan says the rap artist had every right to respond the method he did after getting breached.
We got the television and radio host Wednesday in New York City outside the studio where she’s guest hosting “The Breakfast Club” today … and she believes security is a concern for all artists, no matter their gender.
She’s not purchasing into the ol’ double requirement that males should not grumble if a lady puts her hands on him without approval.
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In case you missed it, Busta captured some flack after a clip of him went viral Tuesday, throwing a drink at a lady who added behind him, and touched his butt.
Folks online were divided on the response — some state he did the best thing, while others believe he ran out pocket — however Claudia’s got BR’s back, sturdily.
She simplifies, providing some counterpoints for those ripping Busta … and restates there would be no argument if the genders were switched in this scenario.