Busta Rhymes has been busted plenty of times recently. Now he's considering a plea deal for his latest offenses, attacking his driver and assaulting a fan in Gramercy Park last summer.
The plea deal would keep the rapper out of jail (he rejected an earlier deal which included six months jail time) and instead serve him with some community service at non-profit organization. It would also have him speaking to youth there about the perils of violence. This of course to be followed by six months of anger management.
He has until March 26 to accept the deal. In the meantime, the NYPD says Rhymes is still refusing to cooperate in their investigation of the fatal shooting of his bodyguard last February outside a Brooklyn video shoot.