Busta Rhymes How an Asthma Attack during Intimate Moments Transformed His Life THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Busta Rhymes: How an Asthma Attack during Intimate Moments Transformed His Life

Busta Rhymes Shares Asthma Attack Turned Weight Loss Journey.

Last month, during an exclusive chat with Apple Music, Busta Rhymes candidly discussed his internal struggles, crediting Pharrell and Swizz Beatz for their support.

In a recent Men’s Health interview, he shed light on the physical challenges he faced as a result of being overweight.

However, one life-altering moment motivated him to shed those extra pounds – a harrowing asthma attack experienced while in the midst of intimacy with his former spouse.

“I found myself struggling to breathe, so I stepped away from the bedroom, not wanting her to worry,” he said. “It felt like an asthma attack, but I’ve never had asthma. So I went to the living room, attempting to relax and breathe.”

His ex-wife, witnessing the ordeal, expressed her concern, “This isn’t the person I fell in love with,” she shared. “Your breathing is frightening me. You used to be trim and fit, and I need you to find that person again.”

Motivated by love and the desire to regain his health, Busta took action, losing an incredible 100 pounds over the course of the last year.

The transformation is evident – Busta Rhymes has indeed turned his life around, conquering the physical challenges and embracing a healthier version of himself.

Jack Harlow Praised By Pharrell In The Studio. "This Is History"

Jack Harlow Praised By Pharrell In The Studio. “This Is History”

Jack Harlow Praised By Pharrell In The Studio. “This Is History”

Jack Harlow has been on a spectacular rise in recent years, and with each step, he’s only adding to his Hip Hop history. We  received singles such as “Nail Tech” and “First Class,” two of the 13 songs that will be out.

The tracklist for Come Home The Kids Miss You was out recently by Harlow, and it features Justin Timberlake, Drake, Lil Wayne, and Pharrell.

Harlow provided a behind-the-scenes look at working with Skateboard P earlier today. The duo appeared to be working their magic, and we’ll hear about it in their song “Movie Star.” “This is history,” says Pharrell in the video.

Meanwhile, Harlow recently told Rolling Stone that he wants to make music for “all moods.” He cited albums like Kanye West’s Late Registration and Drake’s Nothing Was the Same as examples of albums having a plethora of tracks.

“Is it a song that you want to hear at any moment, in all moods,” Harlow said. “Or is it meant for just one mood  for the club or before you work out? I have to get over my burning desire to make all of the songs on an album ‘always,’ because then it never cuts through. But I listen to f*ckin’ Late Registration — so many ‘always’ on there. Nothing Was the Same? So many ‘always’ on there. But you can’t let it steer the ship.”

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