Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s Krayzie Bone Says He ‘Fought for Life’ for ‘9 Straight Days’ During Recent Hospitalization

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Krazyie Bone is giving fans an update on his health after being hospitalized for nearly two weeks.  

In a Tuesday (Oct. 3) Instagram post, Krazyie Bone shared a photo of himself from his hospital room. “Just fought for life Literally for 9 days straight,” he wrote in the caption. “And I only won the battle this time because I know Jehovah God was with me every step of the way fighting for me. Never take life for granted enjoy it while have you have it! Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers trust me I needed every last one of them.”

For the last few years, Krazyie Bone (born Anthony Henderson) has battled sarcoidosis, a condition that causes clumps of cells form in organs. According to the National Institutes of Health, sarcoidosis often impacts the lungs and lymph nodes in the chest. It affected Henderson during a tour in 2016, which resulted in him postponing several dates. In September, AllHipHop reported that Krayzie Bone checked himself into a local hospital after reportedly coughing up blood. 

Henderson is part of the five-person Cleveland group that earned widespread acclaim in the ’90s for its melodic hooks. Throughout Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s 30-year career, the group carved out notable Billboard Hot 100 hits, including “Look Into My Eyes,” “1st of Tha Month,” “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” and “I Tried” featuring Akon. In 1996, they clinched the biggest song of their career when “Tha Crossroads” peaked at No. 1. The track would sit atop the summit for eight weeks and won a Grammy for best rap performance by a duo or group the following year.

Check out Krazyie Bone’s message below. 

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