Layzie Bone from the rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony appears on a new single by Christian artist Surenda called “King’s Life”. But is the weed-smoking rapper now a born-again Christian?
This video was shared on Twitter by Surenda over the Christmas holiday…
— SURENDA (@therealsurenda) December 28, 2013
But a few listeners were confused if this new faith-based track featuring Layzie Bone actually means that the Bone Thug was now repping Christ in his life and music…
rob jelinski @robjelinski 27 Dec
@therealsurenda feat @LayzieBTNH sounds DOPE! Grew up on BTNH – Glad you found Christ!
Isaac M. Dodd @IsaacMD 29 Dec
@robjelinski @therealsurenda @LayzieBTNH I think it’s Surenda that’s the Christian artist, not Layzie Bone. Correct if I’m wrong @LayzieBTNH
ChristBound @Mona3t 29 Dec
@therealsurenda wuutt?!?!? Alrriight Now LazieBone!! danng! God is Awesome!! #PowerOfPrayer!!!! #GodIsAble!!
Rene C @World_Rebel_29 Dec
@therealsurenda dope track fam! Keep it on reppin Christ!
SURENDA @therealsurenda29 Dec
@World_Rebel_ Thanks brother
Kelly Chapman @Thekellydiaries 30 Dec
@therealsurenda @layzieBTNH – this is AWESOME! Congratulations! Go God! #Cleveland
Frederick Hightower @Junior2Papa31 Dec
@therealsurenda #Miami #Heat soundtrack? #LeBronJames tribute?
SURENDA @therealsurenda1 Jan
@Junior2Papa lol hahaha na
There’s nothing online that indicates that Layzie Bone has turned his life completely over to Christ (nothing on his Twitter, Facebook, official websites, YouTube, etc.). There are recent interviews in which he cusses like a mofo (to make my point), invitations he’s posted online for fans to smoke weed with him two days before Christmas (perhaps he’s a weed-smoking Christian?)…
— Layzie Bone (@LayzieBTNH) December 24, 2013
As shown in the tweets above, fans have asked Surenda and Layzie Bone on Twitter if it is true that the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony rapper is a follower of Christ… but no responses to that specific question was given.
For old time’s sake, here’s Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s 1995 music video “Tha Crossroads”: