But according to Krayzie, Bizzy isn’t banned from touring with the platinum-selling Hip Hop group. In fact, he tells HipHopDX with a laugh: “He knows the tour schedule. He’s always welcome.”
I’m Busy was released on Sunday (September 11) and finds Bizzy calling out Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, Wish Bone and Flesh N Bone for hitting the road without him.
“Why this music sound so shitty?/ Why the fuck is Bone Thugs doing a show without Bizzy?/ Rest in peace to fam litty, n-ggas will shoot you in your city/ Why the fuck is Bone Thugs doing a show without Bizzy?/ I’ll say it again, you should be able to say what you want if they really your friends,” he raps.
“Bizzy got his reasons,” he said at the time. “I don’t know. I don’t have conversations with him about that kind of stuff. I let him do him. When he feel like coming and doing what he do, that’s what he do.”
Bone Thugs rose to notoriety in the early ’90s after brokering a deal with Eazy-E and Ruthless Records. Their 1995 sophomore album and second project for Ruthless, E. 1999 Eternal, arrived just four months after Eazy-E’s death and sold over 300,000 copies in its opening week.
It remained at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for two consecutive weeks and has since been certified 4x-platinum.