Most people have to go to a show to see Fetty Wap perform. But that wasn't the case for T’ziah Wood-Smith aka Busta Rhymes' son. This past summer, Fetty Wap did a special performance at Busta Rhymes' son's graduation party. Busta recently spoke to The Fader and explained how it all went down.

"I fell in love with [Fetty Wap] even more so providing a college graduation party for my older son who was 3 years old in the 'Woo Hah' video in 1996," Busta said. "Now he's 22 years old with a college degree in business marketing. I reached out to Fetty Wap with a request from my son for him to perform. He came through and delivered with no red tape, no hassle, no confusion. It was so beautiful the way he came through and stepped up to the home plate. I got to acknowledge The LOX for doing the same thing, Jadakiss, they did the same thing. I gotta acknowledge Swizz Beatz. All three of these entities came out for my son's college graduation party I threw for him at Space Ibiza in Manhattan. It was just such a proud father moment for me to see my friend and my allies to come out for my child."

Head over to The Fader to read Busta's full interview detailing how his friendship with Fetty Wap developed.