Busta Rhymes surprised concertgoers at Janet Jackson’s Madison Square Garden show on Tuesday night, revealing that the iconic pop star nearly had her in an accident on the highway.
Busta said he was driving on Belt Parkway in New York 25 years ago and when Martinez Jackson asked a question, “He was driving from Long Island to Manhattan, listening to Janet Jackson’s interview with Angie Martinez on Hot 97, ‘Velvet. He recalled that he was promoting “Rope’ album. rapper he wants to work with.
“’Busta Rhymes!’ said. I almost crashed my goddamn car! said.
Jackson and Busta performed their 1998 hit song “What’s It Gonna Be?”
He performed her on the second night of their “Together Again” tour at MSG and they sang together for the first time.
Busta even came to MSG with gifts and said on stage: “Queen, royal, empress Janet Jackson… Please understand, I know she’s on schedule, I don’t want to interrupt the show too much, but I brought some.” gifts for you, queen.”
One person who went to the concert told us, “She definitely looked like she was going to cry. [He was] very emotional. He was definitely suffocated for a moment.
Busta told the crowd that his 57th birthday is next week, presenting Jackson with flowers and a cake.
Sources described Jackson as “in a sweet Janet fashion… genuinely surprised and a little embarrassed by the praise”.
Jackson’s crowd included famous and trendy visitors such as singer Maxwell, Angela Bassett, Ciara, Bethann Hardison, jeweler Jennifer Fisher, and Jackson’s former “Good Times” costar Ralph Carter.
Spotted at Jackson’s concert Monday night: Sherri Shepherd, Alicia Silverstone, and fashion designer Christian Siriano, who created some of Jackson’s touring looks.