Busta Rhymes has a new court date.
A judge Wednesday postponed the rapper’s trial until November after the prosecutor and the defense lawyer said they were not ready to begin.
Rhymes was ordered to appear in court Nov. 7 for hearings on charges of attacking two men, driving drunk and driving with a suspended license.
The 35-year-old hip-hop star (real name: Trevor Smith) has rejected a plea deal that would have given him a year in jail.
He is accused of beating a fan and kicking a former employee last year, and also faces charges of driving with a suspended license and driving drunk.
Rhymes, known for eye-catching outfits and an antic performance style, was dressed in a conservative medium-gray suit, a lighter gray shirt and a patterned gray tie during his court appearance. He left in a large SUV.
His hits include “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See,” “Dangerous” and “Touch It.” He also has appeared in movies, including “Shaft” and “Finding Forrester.”