On Sunday (September 24), it was disclosed that Krayzie Bone, a member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, is experiencing a grave health crisis. AllHipHop reports that the Cleveland native was transported to a hospital in the Los Angeles area on Friday (September 22) after coughing up blood. Krayzie has sarcoidosis, a “inflammatory disease in which the immune system overreacts, causing groups of cells in one or more organs of the body to form clusters of inflammatory tissue called granulomas,” according to the American Lung Association.
According to AHH, Krayzie Bone’s CAT scan revealed bleeding arteries in his lungs. According to reports, doctors attempted emergency surgery but were unsuccessful. Reportedly, the rapper is presently wearing a respirator.
Philip Lewis of the Huffington Post reported that Krayzie’s management released the following statement: “We ask that his privacy be protected at this time.”
On his Instagram Stories, Bizzy Bone retweeted multiple “Praying for Krayzie Bone” tweets. LeBron James also responded to the news via social media. The NBA icon
Ms. Ye attends the Kenzo Fall/Winter 2022/2023 fashion presentation on January 23, 2022, in Paris, France, during Paris Fashion Week.
While Kanye West has performed and recorded under his legal name for the majority of his career, the Chicago rapper and producer began contemplating a name change to Ye in 2018, the same year he released his eighth studio album under that moniker. The Associated Press reports that he petitioned the Los Angeles Superior Court in 2021 to legally alter his name to a shortened nickname for “personal reasons.”
Kanye West told Big Boy TV in 2018 that he believes ‘ye’ is the most prevalent word in the Bible. “Its meaning in the Bible is ‘you.’ Therefore, I am you, I am us, and we are the same. It evolved from Kanye (which means “the only one”) to Ye, merely reflecting our good, our bad, our confusion, and everything. It reveals more about who we are as individuals.”
The origin of the moniker Blueface is more apparent than for the majority of other rappers. Throughout his career, the “Thotiana” troll, whose real name is Johnathan Jamall Porter, has made numerous references to his association with the School Yard Crips, a Los Angeles street gang whose members are famous for donning blue. He created his now-famous literary name.
In a 2021 episode of the “People’s Party With Talib Kweli” podcast, Blueface explained, “Blueface is like a street name that I chose, or had chosen, or someone gave to me, or whatever you want to call it.” “My name is Part of the gang, and I’m a member.”