Popular I.V. rapper Lil’ Bestos has been preaching defiance after realizing that there is asbestos in his new I.V. apartment.
“When I heard that this ‘asbestos’ is a fire retardant,” Bestos said, shooting a glare at his ceiling. “I knew I had to step my game up. This was an attack on me, on my career … on my bars. These I.V. landlords don’t want your tracks to be fire. They don’t want you to win. And that’s a problem, because I want me to win.”
Lil’ Bestos, previously named “Del Player,” said his first act of defiance was the name change.
“The first thing I did when I learned I was living with a dangerous carcinogen was change my name, as anyone would. Then, I started cooking up my new beats. I knew they had to be fire … maybe even better than fire. Like, advanced fire. And there was nothing my ceiling could do about it.”
Lil’ Bestos’ new mixtape, “A$$bestos Bluez,” will be dropping on April 20, 2020 on all major streaming platforms (and GauchoSpace).
Chace Duma is thrilled about the asbestos in his ceiling.
Emma Demorest is the editor of Nexustentialism. She once licked the largest wooden yoyo in the world.