Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Street Sign Stolen 48 Hours After It Goes Up

CLEVELAND, OH – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have suffered a major loss after thieves reportedly made off with their honorary street sign just days after receiving the accolade.

On Sunday (August 13) the “Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Way” street sign near the intersection of East 99th Street and St. Clair Avenue in their hometown of Cleveland was reported stolen, according to The Neighborhood Talk.

The disappointing news prompted reactions from multiple members of the legendary group, with Layzie Bone writing on his Instagram Stories: “N-ggaz ain’t shit.”

Bizzy Bone added on his IG Stories: “Everybody relax it the sign in the middle of the street on the darkest part. People going overboard with extra disappointment STOOOOOP!!!!”

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In June, it was announced that Bone Thugs would be honored with their very own signage thanks to a petition created by a fan named Felicia C. Haney, owner of Beach Street Publicity, and Juan Goodwin.

The effort led to 70 percent of the signatures needed to present to the Cleveland City Council, where Council Member Kevin Conwell among others backed the petition and passed legislation to see fans’ vision come to life.

On Friday (August 11), the sign was unveiled at a ceremony attended with Bizzy Bone and Krayzie Bone, along with plenty of fans, in attendance.


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