Cops Called On Busta Rhymes At Miami Burger Joint


(AllHipHop News) A Miami Burger shop owner called the police on rapper Busta Rhymes after the star wasn’t served at his beckoning, a new report alleges.

Furthermore, Stephanie Vitori of Cheeseburger Baby charges that the rapper verbally accosted the employees, calling them “f*g” and “b**ch.”

The incident happened about 5:45 am, at a time when the shop is busy. Vitori charges that Busta came into the shop and wanted to be served first, when he was at the back of the line. The restaurant refused, an act that reportedly upset Busta.

Cash Money Records’ Busta Rhymes is making some not-so-pleasant headlines today (April 3) as reports claim he allegedly burst into a Miami fast food restaurant, verbally insulted employees and had the cops called on him.

According to Miami’s Cheeseburger Baby owner Stephanie Vitori, Rhymes stormed into her restaurant early Wednesday morning and worked up a storm.

“He got very upset when we wouldn’t take his order first when he was the last one to come in. We treat everyone as equals here at CBB. You can’t skip the line of ten people waiting in front of you,” Vitori explained to Miami New Times. Busta waited in his car for his food, but came back into the establishment after he got his grub, Vitori said.

“He came back in the restaurant and started becoming outwardly angry. He was calling our delivery driver Santiago a ‘f*g’ multiple times, and me a ‘b***h’ and [telling] me ‘to shut the f**k up’ because we put his salt, pepper, ketchup, and mayo — that he asked for — on the side.”

Vitori said she called the police, and that caused Busta to leave. Still the rapper, signed to Cash Money, had more complaints with the service at Cheeseburger Baby.

“He caused such a scene I was forced to call the cops on him. This is when he exited the restaurant. Top it all off, a few minutes later he called us to let us know there was no cheese on his burger, which was untrue, and that he was going to ‘come get us,'” Vitori said. “I deal with drunk and disorderly people all the time. I have been doing this for 11 years, but never in my life have I felt more disrespected as a business owner or woman.”

At press time, there was no comment from Busta Rhymes.