Rapper Busta Rhymes is Hollywood’s latest bitcoin fan


Recently, American rapper Busta Rhymes said in a tweet that he is highly interested in cryptocurrencies.

He asked his fans if he should jump into the crypto bandwagon, and it didn’t take a while before his comment section was flooded with a lot of recommendations from his fans. 

Overwhelmed by the responses, the rapper had asked for a more clarified response, but comments from his fans just kept on flooding. 

But even with the confusing turnout of his inquiry, Rhymes hadn’t lost any interest in cryptocurrencies, in fact, he became even more curious about these digital assets. 

Jack Dorsey to the rescue

Seeing the rapper’s interest (and confusion) in cryptos, Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey came to the rescue by recommending a website with a black host. MicroStrategy owner Michael Saylor did his part by recommending his information hub, “Bitcoin is Hope” for reliable crypto data. 

Crypto lessons in school?

Rhymes posted his gratitude for the overwhelming response he received, not only from his fans but also from some of the most prominent figures in the business circle. 

The rapper kept on posting valuable insights and lessons about cryptocurrencies which include fluctuating prices and how cryptos get their value. 

Rhymes was so fascinated by cryptos that he even recommended that cryptocurrencies should be taught in school because of the digital currencies’ growing influence in society. 

He said that it would be a good idea to expose kids to crypto lessons because they would eventually use cryptocurrencies in the real world. 

After narrowing down on the overwhelming suggestions of what coin to choose, the rapper finally decided to settle on Bitcoin. After watching the “B-Word” conference featuring Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk, he was convinced that Bitcoin holds a lot of opportunities that need to be tapped. 


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