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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony drama, Part 1: Flesh-N-Bone verbally attacks Krayzie Bone

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Another week has come and another week has rendered more stupidity, nonsense, unprofessionalism, and drama. The drama just goes on and on; it’s a soap opera that thickens by the day with various scripts, acted out by different actors, and showcased in the public eye.

The recent drama comes from Flesh-N-Bone, the least-recognized member due to a long prison stint of nearly 10 years, who verbally attacks Krayzie Bone’s character, musical prowess (?), manhood, and loyalty during a radio interview. This attack stems from Krayzie’s announcement via YouTube that he would no longer be a part of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony due to “uncontrollable circumstances.”

Bone members have attacked each other and exchanged harsh words in the past; however, this shocking and explosive interview takes it to another level, because it is a verbal onslaught on a personal level, filled with vociferous profanity and untamed anger.

The audio below was posted by radio station Z107.9 / ZHipHopCleveland.com on April 18, 2011.

Click HERE for audio or to the left-hand of the page for video. Note: The interview is explicit and contains vulgar language.

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