There is a chance that the transactions aren’t being broadcasted to the BSC network, despite the transaction history in Ledger Live showing that you’ve attempted these sends of BUSD.
In the case that you take the transaction hashes/ID’s for each of these attempted sends and they don’t return any information on a block explorer, that would confirm this is purely a UI error (and currently our developers are looking at any potential sync/UI errors within Ledger Live regarding the BSC network).
For the time being, if you aren’t able to manage your BEP20-pegged/BSC assets, you can always use a Ledger compatible 3rd party wallet, such as MetaMask, and manage your BUSD from there ([here](https://www.ledger.com/academy/security/the-safest-way-to-use-metamask) is some documentation over how to get all connected).
Ideally, you’ll create your MetaMask account, and then once this is done, you’ll select “connect hardware wallet” and then choose your Ledger.
After his is done, you’ll [add the BSC network to MetaMask](https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/connecting-metamask-to-binance-smart-chain), and from there you should be able to transact with your BUSD, without any issues.