Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s song “Tha Crossroads”, which is about the loved ones that they had lost, scored a Grammy. And Layzie Bone, a rapper from that group, have helped to save a human life.
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s song “Tha Crossroads”, which is about the loved ones they had lost, scored a Grammy. And Layzie Bone, a rapper from that group, have helped to save a human life.
Rapper’s real name is Steven Howse. While Steven was going to his concert through Wyoming, he and his crew saw a car which was driving so chaotically that it was about to spin out.
Howse told CNN affiliate KTWO, they stopped by to check whether the driver was OK. As a result of diabetes, the driver was disoriented. He didn’t know who anybody was. The rapper decided to ask him if he knew Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. At that moment, the driver cleared up ans said: “Yeah.”
The rapper found some fruit and fed the 24-year-old man to stabilize his blood sugar. After the incident, Howse posted a picture on Instagram. He also wrote in caption:
We thought he was a drunk doing 60mph when he spun out of control and did a complete 180 degrees
Howse also added there that the driver had a diabetic shock and thanked God that he didn’t flip as he was 30 ft in front of them. The rapper also thanked the EMS that was driving right behind them and a cute old couple in the RV for fruit they gave the man.
During the interview with CNN affiliate KCWY, Howse said that this situation made him emotional. He understood that the driver could have killed all of them: the EMS guy, the cute couple, his band. The star was almost in tears, due to the fear for everybody, and at the same time happy that he could help the driver.