Rap star Busta Rhymes has just announced that he purchased some BTC and now he is officially a bitcoin holder thanks to watching the discussion between Cathie Wood, Jack Dorsey, and Elon Musk so let’s read more in our latest Bitcoin news today.
Rap star Busta Rhymes is now officially a BTC holder as he broke the news on Twitter following the discussions between Jack Dorsey, Elon Musk, and Cathie Wood. The reports showed that he is looking into the crypto market previously but it took him less than a few days to officially become a BTC HODLer. He broke the news to his $3.8 million followers that he purchased BTC and that he is looking into Ethereum next. The rapper explained that the final push towards making a decision was the discussion he watched at the B-Word Online event.
officially holding Bitcoin.
Looking into eth next.
— Busta Rhymes (@BustaRhymes) July 22, 2021
In another tweet, he explained that his biggest fake from the discission was Musk saying that there are similarities between corporations and governments. The Tesla CEO said that the government is the biggest corporation of all and everything is based on the monopoly of violence.
As recently reported, The New York Giants star Saquan Barkley said that he will use the payment application Strike to convert the profits from endorsement and marketing deals into Bitcoin and he outlined that this is the only way to preserve his wealth during times of inflation. In a recent appearance at Anthony Pomploano’s episode, Barkley said he will receive his future endorsement money in Bitcoin. The 24-year old star outlined the primary cryptocurrency as the best choice for a store of value especially when inflation starts to shake the economy.
It seems that rap artists really love crypto since Megan Thee Stallion and Murda Beatz have also done crypto promotions in recent weeks. In a new tweet, rapper Meek Mill encouraged his 10 million followers to get on board with crypto and posted. Meek is a popular artist who has plenty of hits, with some of them being “Dreams and Nightmares” from his 2012 album with the same name, “Levels” released in 2013, “RICO” with Drake and “Going Bad” also with Drake. Meek’s freestyle was featured on multiple mixtapes from the producer Knxwledge. Back in 2019, Meek ended his 12-year long battle about a gun charge as the criminal justice reform advocates suggested that the rapper was treated unfairly. Meek later wrote an op-ed about his experience in prison.
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