Krayzie Bone Hospitalized…Fighting For His Life
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Krayzie Bone Hospitalized…Fighting For His Life

Krayzie Bone Is In The Hospital Fighting For His Life

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony co-founder Krayzie Bone is facing a critical health battle at a hospital in Los Angeles, California, as reported recently. According to sources close to Krayzie, who is a Grammy Award-winning veteran MC, his condition has taken a turn for the worse. On Friday, September 22, the 50-year-old artist, born Anthony Henderson, sought medical attention due to his ongoing struggle with sarcoidosis, an inflammatory disease that triggers an exaggerated immune system response, resulting in clusters of inflamed tissue in various organs.

After undergoing a CAT scan, medical professionals discovered that an artery in one of Krayzie’s lungs was leaking. Subsequently, he underwent surgery to address the issue, but unfortunately, the bleeding persisted. There are indications that he may currently be relying on a breathing machine to sustain him.

In a heartfelt response to the distressing situation, BTNH co-founder Bizzy Bone took to Instagram, sharing a brief but poignant message on his story: “Pray 4 Kray.” He added, “Can’t sleep. Sometimes you just gotta pray.”

Throughout his illustrious career, Krayzie Bone, both as a solo artist and part of the renowned group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, achieved remarkable success. Bone Thugs topped the charts twice, and Krayzie’s 1999 solo debut album, “Thug Mentality,” even earned a platinum certification. Over the years, Krayzie collaborated with fellow artists such as Bizzy, Young Noble from Tha Outlawz, Mariah Carey, Biggie Smalls, Ice Cube, and made a notable appearance as the sole guest on Chamillionaire’s chart-topping hit “Ridin’.”

Notably, Krayzie was also a part of the supergroup formed by members of Tha Dogg Pound and BTNH, and in 2023, he released “QuickFix: Level 3: Level Up.”

Last month, Krayzie Bone joined his fellow bandmates for a performance during LL Cool J & The Roots’ F.O.R.C.E. Tour stop in Cleveland. During the same period, the city honored Bone Thugs-n-Harmony by renaming the intersection of E. 99th Street and St. Clair Avenue as “Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Way.” Krayzie and other members of the group have had a strong connection to Southern California for over three decades.

Ambrosia For Heads extends heartfelt wishes for Krayzie Bone’s recovery as he faces this challenging health crisis.

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