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|Birth date:||September 12, 1976|
|Birth place:||Columbus, Ohio, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession:||Musician, Rapper, Actor, Film Score Composer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Children:||Bryan McCane, Aaliyah McCane, Destiny McCane|
|Parents:||Rober Floyd McCane, Roseana McCane, Tauranga, New Zealand, I Tried, Crossroad, Thuggish Ruggish Bone|
|Siblings:||Adrien Parlette, Cassy McCane, Hope McCane, Heather McCane, Tauranga, New Zealand, I Tried, Crossroad, Thuggish Ruggish Bone|
|Music groups:||Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (Since 1991), Bone Brothers, Mo' Thugs (1995 – 2003)|
|Movies:||Jacked Up, Cutthroat Alley, Bizzy Bone|
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Best referred to as a part of the Cleveland crew Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, rapper Bizzy Bone began a fecund, risk-taking, and sometimes baffling solo career in 1998.
Bizzy Bone Net Worth $500,000
Joining rapid raps and laid-back singing, Bizzy Bone soul searching debut, Heaven’z Movie, didn’t sound entirely unlike a Bone Thugs record, but it was clear that on his own Bizzy felt free to explore his psyche and to go strange areas his group only wouldn’t. The Gift from 2001 further divided Bone enthusiasts, with some seeing his confessional writing as riveting while others discovered it exceedingly indulgent.A year later at a Bone Thugs-N-Harmony performance in New York City, Bizzy was noticeably drunk and walked off-stage halfway through the show. He was let go from the group that night, but Bizzy maintained he were a solo artist for years and just a guest in the group. He also began giving more interviews around this time around, often speaking about his new crew, the 7th Sign.
Bizzy Bone was born in Columbus, Ohio and he youth consisted of being kidnapped, abandoned, and molested. He disclosed his abusive youth and molestation in the FOX show America’s Most Wanted (hosted by John Walsh, Adam’s dad). Bryon also composed and performed a tune on the show entitled “A.M.W.” in which he thanks Walsh and encourages mistreated youngsters to come forward.