Krayzie Bone hospitalized: What happened to the hip hop artist?

Krayzie Bone is reportedly fighting for his life after being hospitalized on Friday

By Javeria Shahid September 25, 2023
The Cleveland intersection of E. 99th Street and St. Clair Avenue was renamed “Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Way.”
The Cleveland intersection of E. 99th Street and St. Clair Avenue was renamed “Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Way.”

Krayzie Bone has been hospitalized in Los Angeles, California, and is battling hard for survival.

According to AllHipHop, close sources revealed that Bone Thugs-n-Harmony co-founder was admitted to the hospital on Friday, September 22, and his condition has "worsened."

The outlet also shared that Anthony Henderson, widely known as Krayzie Bone, underwent a CAT Scan, during which the medical staff saw a leaking artery inside one of his lungs.

Following the diagnosis, the artist went under the knife, but the bleeding didn't stop. Reports suggested that Bone may be on a breathing machine.

BTNH co-founder Bizzy Bone took to Instagram and asked fans and fellows to pray for Krayzie Bone via his story.

He posted another story for Kray that says, "Can't sleep. Sometimes you just gotta pray."

Bizzy Bones Instagram stories
Bizzy Bone's Instagram stories

Many of his fellows and fans prayed for the Platinum plaque holder. Bizzy reposted some of the wishes on his Instagram Story.

What is Sarcoidosis?

The Grammy Award-winning veteran MC, 50, is straining to endure from Sarcoidosis. 

Sarcoidosis is a health condition where small clumps of abnormal tissue, called granulomas, form in various body parts. These granulomas are like tiny lumps affecting different organs, such as the lungs, skin, eyes, and lymph nodes.

Sarcoidosis happens when the body's immune system overreacts and starts to attack its tissues, thinking they're harmful even when not. This can lead to various symptoms, depending on which organs are affected. 

It is usually not life-threatening; however, it's necessary to work closely with the doctors for proper care and monitoring in case of severity.