Either Busta Rhymes is an impassioned close talker, or he was quite upset at the unidentified individual in the clip above. The largely context-free footage, which was of course published by the context haters over at TMZ Tuesday, shows Busta Rhymes and the unknown man having a very close meeting of the faces.

At one point, Busta is seen pushing the individual before several men intervene and bring the vaguely heated altercation to a stop.​ It's unclear what, exactly, the two were discussing before the camera started rolling. According to TMZ, the incident was captured during this past weekend's Revolt Music Conference in in Miami, Florida.​

The four-day event featured appearances by Sean "Diddy" Combs, Charlamagne Tha God, Coach K, Joey Badass, Pusha T, and many more. 21 Savage, SZA, French Montana, Lil Pump, T.I., and Daniel Caesar came through for live performances. Busta Rhymes was not listed as a performer or panelist.

Busta Rhymes last appeared on Rapsody's "You Should Know," taken from the North Carolina artist's recently released sophomore album Laila's Wisdom.

This month, Busta dropped the official video for his "Girlfriend" single featuring Tory Lanez and Vybz Kartel.

Busta's most recent project was the Return of the Dragon (The Abstract Went on Vacation) mixtape back in 2015. Earlier this year, Busta teased that a new album was coming soon in a series of Instagram posts.

 

AAAARRRRGGGHHH!!! Album soon come... #THECONGLOMERATE

A post shared by Busta Rhymes (@bustarhymes) on Jul 23, 2017 at 11:31pm PDT

An official title and release date have not been announced.