My tears for Uncle Charles dry on their own. Four of the five reuniting members of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony will mark their 20th anniversary at the Rock the Bells festival series this summer. The group announced on Tuesday (May 15) during a press conference for the festival they will perform their hit ‘E. 1999 Eternal’ album in its entirety and also pay tribute to late mentor Eazy-E, who passed away in 1995.
It’s better than passing time on the block posted up in front of a random check cashing place in Cleveland, no doubt.
“It’s just so good to see my brothers here. We’re having such a good time right now,” Bizzy Bone told Rolling Stone. “This is cool as hell, to bring us to this and just kick it. It’s so exciting because of the Rock the Bells tour and legacy.”
While we are the subject of weebles that wobble but refuse to fall down, also on hand for the press conference was El Debarge. In a recent candid interview on Atlanta’s V103 radio station the “All My Love” singer credited 50 Cent and Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds for saving him from relapse.
“I started getting these thoughts, and I called 50 Cent up, and I said, ‘You gotta help me. I’m already on my way to doing something wrong,” he explained. “So 50 came like five cars deep, picked me up right from where I was, got me outta there, they met up with Babyface, they took me into Interscope, we all had a meeting, and they said, ‘Man why don’t you just go to rehab.’”
It’s not funny but I laughed.
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