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    Buster Puppet, also known as Buster the Puppet, is a sockpuppet and major celebrity in the Random Region.

    On lists of famous musicians, famous puppets, and famous people in general, Buster is usually listed among them. He is known pretty much only for his hit single "Everybody Poops", which is often cited as the most iconic piece of scatological music of all time. The song was released in 2009 and was stuck at the very top of the Random-ness Music Hot 100 for a really long time, probably about ten years, and its downfall is one of the most well-known and talked-about events in recent Random Region history.

    Early life[edit | edit source]

    Buster during his freshman year in school.

    Not much is known about Buster's childhood. However, he stated in an interview that he was born and raised in Random City, the capital of Random Region.

    Buster was homeschooled up until the third grade. Buster attended Random-ness School and graduated sometime in the early 2000s. During the time he was at school, memes were starting to take over the internet, and his friends were constantly showing him things such as trollface and Doge. This may have inspired his musical style.

    Career[edit | edit source]

    2007-2008: Beginnings[edit | edit source]

    Buster started out as a member of the puppet comedy group Rogue Puppets, which turned out to be a very unsuccessful venture. Buster tried to run for president of the United States in late 2007, but his campaign gained little steam as he was more or less completely unknown at this point, though a few people did send him money according to him. He dropped out of the race in March 2008 and announced that he would spend his supporters' political donations on beer instead. It is thought that Rogue Puppets disbanded after 2008, leaving Buster unemployed for a short time.

    2009: Everybody Poops[edit | edit source]

    It is unknown when Buster decided to pursue a musical career or what motivated him to do so. It is however known that on 15 February 2009, Buster's breakthrough song "Everybody Poops" was released by Audionautix along with a music video. Not long after, the song began to spread by word of mouth, and listeners were captivated by its skillful guitar strumming and insightful relatable lyrics. It found great success and critical acclaim; it made Buster a very famous puppet and scored him many lucrative brand deals over the years. The song quickly made its way to the number 1 spot on the Random-ness Hot 100 and stayed there for many of the years that followed. Buster purchased several vacation homes in the Random Region during this time.

    In 2014, Buster was featured on the track "Feast" from Lil Important's second mixtape.

    2020-2021: Downfall[edit | edit source]

    "Everybody Poops" was eventually dethroned by Carl Wheezer's cover of "The Box" by Roddy Ricch, which became number 1 on the Hot 100 on 23 April 2020, shortly after Mr. Wheezer's tragic death. Buster's hit was now stuck at number 2. It is thought that Buster and Carl had a mutual respect for one another, so it's not known precisely how this moment affected Buster emotionally.

    On 10 June 2021, "Everybody Poops" fell to number 3 as "Drip From My Walk" by Famous Dex took the number 2 spot. This is known to have made Buster quite angry, which he expressed in an interview. Buster clearly did not respect Mr. Dex's songcraft and saw his own work as superior. Some verbal sparring ensued.

    The tides continued to change for Buster over a month later. In the afternoon of 30 July, Rick Astley's timeless classic "Never Gonna Give You Up" took the number 3 spot from "Everybody Poops". Buster's song only continued to fall as the sudden inexplicable boom in the popularity of Ren and Stimpy along with songs from Macy's Parade Mysteries and The Strange Chores pushed "Everybody Poops" down even further. By the end of the day, "Everybody Poops" was number 11.

    Buster went on a now-infamous Twitter rant on 31 July, where he told the Randomese people that they would all die alone. Because of this, several brands cut ties with him. "Everybody Poops" was then removed from charts due to his behavior and was replaced by "Montero" by Lil Nas X. His reputation continued to sour about a month later when he dissed famed DJ Tamade Chiyu in a song snippet.

    2022-present: Fraud Investigation and disappearance[edit | edit source]

    On June 3, 2022, Randomese police would launch an investigation on Buster, which claims that he had bought his way up to the Random-ness Music Hot 100. This was started due to the fact that it has been suspected since the very start of the release of Everybody Poops.

    At the time, Buster denied this investigation, however on June 4, a tape recording from Random Real Music Inc. became evidence after Buster was identified as one of the speakers in the tape, along with two other managers, believed to be associates of Buster. The tape, which dated back to 2013, contained audio with the words "deal", "pay", "top 100", "stay", and "poop" being heard.

    Although the tape was the first piece of actual evidence, it wasn't confirmed to be concrete evidence, and Buster was let off. However, on June 21, Buster would be reported missing by his family, the police would be called in to check his home, including his former residences, but he was nowhere to be found, he was last seen at Misstanksam, Amorgos.

    On June 23, the day after Buster was reported missing, a man claimed that his co-worker, Gus Meapsound, was seen with multiple amounts of suspicious money, they brought Meapsound for questioning where they found that he had called Buster the day he went missing, after this confessed about the fraud scheme.

    Buster, had paid Meapsound and another manager (who is unknown at this time) to put his song "Everybody Poops" on top, they then all signed a contract where it says they would all get luxurious amounts of money made from the song. It is currently unknown where Buster had claimed the money.

    Personal life[edit | edit source]

    Buster has lived all around Random Region throughout his life. He lived in a Dinkleburg mansion for about a year until moving to Game Town and staying there for about 3 years. Buster stated on Twitter he was moving into a million dollar mansion in Amorgos.

    Feuds[edit | edit source]

    In recent time, Buster has had feuds with various artists.

    Famous Dex[edit | edit source]

    Buster's feud with Dexter began when his song "Drip From My Walk" surpassed Buster's iconic single. Buster ranted about the song, saying it had no effort put into it and believed that Famous Dex rigged the Random-ness Music Hot 100.

    The beef stayed quiet for a few months, until Dexter released a new single called "Going Places" where it had a specific lyric that read; "puppet lackluster, damn bummer." Buster thought it was mentioning him, which led to a tweet by him reading "F*** YOU DEX B****, ALL YOUR SONGS ARE TRASH." Dexter did not reply to the situation and the feud is currently ongoing.

    Ironically, Buster and Dexter have actually worked in the past. Dex produced "Feast", the song Buster was featured on from Lil Important's Finally Happy mixtape.

    Tamade Chiyu[edit | edit source]

    In September of 2021, Buster released a snippet for an unnamed upcoming song, in which the track included the lyrics "Little girl with cat ears trying to snatch my crown / Get lost, you fuckin' wish, Buster's gonna take you down." Tamade Chiyu who thought the lyric was dissing her, called out Buster on her Twitter. Moments later, an angry Buster replied, saying she was "sensitive" and "needed to learn how to take a joke." Multiple Chiyu fans then began attacking Buster, and believed that Buster was a disrespectful artist who had no talent whatsoever.

    Although the two have stopped beefing two days after the initial incident, Chiyu has stated on an Instagram live months later that she "despises buster" and that he "does not deserve any of his success".

    Film and TV appearances[edit | edit source]

    Discography[edit | edit source]

    Singles[edit | edit source]

    Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
    "Everybody Poops" 2009 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
    • RIOR: 9× Platinum
    • RIAA: Platinum
    • RIAA: 5× Platinum (Digital)
    • RIAA: Gold (Mastertone)
    • ARIA: Platinum
    • BPI: 2× Platinum
    • MC: 2× Platinum
    • RMNZ: Gold
    • SNEP: Platinum
    Non-album single

    As featured artist[edit | edit source]

    Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
    (with Lil Important)
    2015 6 11 12 21 20 18 13 16 16 24
    • RIOR: Platinum
    • RIAA: Platinum
    • MC: Platinum
    Finally Happy

    Comments[edit | edit source]

    Everybody poops was taken out of the charts due to controversy and his atrocious behavior lately
    -- JoltikplaysTehRandomBoi (talk) 11:21, 2 August 2021 (UTC)

    Buster Puppet the Bust
    -- PizzaPizzaYumYum (talk) 19:56, 2 August 2021 (UTC)

    Is there any new info on Buster as of now?
    -- TallAutism2006 (talk) 02:55, 14 December 2021 (UTC)

    Besides him being kicked off Random Records and appearing in Carl's new album idk
    -- Pink Tape 💕 (talk) 04:31, 14 December 2021 (UTC)


    Buster puppet story.png

    -- Musicmaniac43 (talk) 21:22, 3 June 2022 (UTC)

    Well that explains why Everybody Poops was number 1 for so long.
    -- Boomboomboom333 (talk) 21:25, 3 June 2022 (UTC)

    physical return of christ
    -- Chatot04 (talk) 21:28, 3 June 2022 (UTC)

    fun fact back when buster was getting into all those twitter fights i had to leave my girlfriend cuz she kept defending him </3
    -- musicenjoyer862 (talk) 16:03, 4 June 2022 (UTC)

    you know what's even funnier about this?

    Buster's feud with Dexter began when his song "Drip From My Walk" surpassed Buster's iconic single. Buster ranted about the song, saying it had no effort put into it and believed that Famous Dex rigged the Random-ness Music Hot 100.

    god buster you're such a hypocrite. deflection much??
    -- chuckecheesekid9000 (talk) 16:28, 4 June 2022

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