Busta Rhymes allowed back into the U.K.

Busta Rhymes
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Busta Rhymes has been allowed back into the U.K., after he spent hours detained at the airport earlier today. They detained him over “unresolved convictions” here in the U.S. Officials at the airport tried to re-route the rapper to Amsterdam, until Busta’s lawyer secured an injunction preventing that.

U.K. authorities have now granted him permission to enter the country, where he’s due to perform a charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall tomorrow.

The detention was said to have been related to previous convictions for drunk driving and assault.

Busta Rhymes allowed back into the U.K. was last modified: July 1st, 2015 by Roberta Ferguson
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