Bizzy Bone was on the Wendy Williams show two nights ago. The “odd man out” of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper talked about how Wendy was worried about his last visit to the show, his thoughts on Kanye West’s remarks about the media and President Bush, how John Walsh got involved in his abduction back when he was 5 years old, his financial situation, the talk that he’ll be back with Bone Thugs, having about 10 kids, being molested as a child, and more. Audio at btnhboard.com has since been removed.
Ex-Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper Bizzy Bone, who is back with his new album ‘Speaking in Tongues’, due September 27th, spoke with The New York Daily News about his series of reality-TV-type ‘Webisodes’ airing later this month on allhiphop.com. “People expected me to come back crazy,” he said. “This is an evolving-type thing, starting from the ABCs of intelligence. Sometimes you gotta pick yourself up by your bootstraps, and by the grace of God, I was able to crawl out of that hole. I’m brushin’ my teeth, taking baths, staying clean, being myself.”
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After a colorful appearance on Houston’s KPFT on April 27th, there have been various media reports questioning Bizzy Bone’s mental and emotional health. The rapper reportedly rambled incoherently at the station, often referring to Jesus Christ in his otherwise indecipherable speech, and appeared to be inebriated. The full article at ballerstatus.net has since been removed or relocated.
Bizzy Bone is bound to raise a few eyebrows with one of his singles from his upcoming album, Alpha & Omega which will hit stores on September 14th. On the single ‘Everywhere’ he raps: “See it in your eyes , how you want me. My baby Beyonce was sweating on stage, the vision still haunts me. Need to let me wipe that up, Where yo’ Jigga at? Find me in tha hood ,where my n****z at. S**t, I could hit it better. Hold up,don’t get mad Jigga,you did it to Nas baby mom’s…remember. What goes around, comes around. Cause I believe in karma. Let me wifey that and you could have my baby momma. Puffy my man, you know what it is. You know what it was,you know what you did. He also mentions Halle Berry, Mariah Carey and Toni Braxton on the track.”
While Bizzy Bone admitted to AllHipHop.com there were talks with B2K about joining their Super Fam Records, the signing never officially happened. “It is not true, at all. I didn’t know that they had a label, actually,” he said. “The last that I heard about B2K was that the lead singer left. I had talked to a member on the phone a few times. He wanted to do a deal with me. I said, ‘You know what? I’ve been in this game for twelve years professionally. Send me paperwork because [it] rules this game.’ I never got a call back from this kid.”
AllHipHop.com reports B2K has signed former Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Bizzy Bone to their new label, Super Fam Records. “We got a whole lot of artists. We bringing Bizzy Bone back,” said group member J-Boog. He also revealed that singer Ray J was actually signed to their label as an artist not as a member of B2K.
Sister2Sister magazine chatted with Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs N Harmony (well at least when he’s not kicked out of the group over alcohol abuse) about his childhood where his sisters’ father abducted him. His mother was searching for him when John Walsh showed Bizzy’s childhood picture along with others at the end of the “America’s Most Wanted” show that John hosted when he painfully talked about the abduction of his own son. Bizzy was so grateful. Then, Bizzy was brave enough to reveal publicly a frightening sexual encounter his abductor had tried to get him into when he was only five or six.