5:15 PM PT — Wedding mixup … Krayzie didn’t marry his baby mama Andrea after all — he tells us he actually tied the knot with a different Andrea (he’s got a type). They don’t want to reveal her last name, but he says they’ve been together for 3 years.
KB says they did it at a courthouse because they didn’t want to wait, but they are planning to have a big ceremony next year.
As for the mixup — Krazyzie’s camp got their Andreas twisted.
Krayzie Bone was at a Crossroads … and chose the path to married life.
The Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper finally got hitched to his long-time girlfriend Andrea on Wednesday in a private ceremony at an L.A. courthouse … after 13 years of dating.
The couple has 3 kids — Nathan, Malaysia and Anthony. Krayzie has 2 other daughters from his 1st marriage.
Back in July, Bone Thugs announced they’d be reuniting for one last album and a final world tour … set to kickoff in December.
If you’ve ever wondered what Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is saying on their stupid fast raps — so have Krayzie Bone and Flesh-N-Bone … who finally copped to being puzzled about some of their lyrics.
It’s cool though ’cause we found a way translate their biggest hit. Thanks, rap Rosetta Stone!
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Next time, Wasteland Lyrics it!
TMZ posted an article today on Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and what they think is ruining Eazy-E’s legacy. You can read the full interview on their website here: http://www.tmz.com/2013/05/17/bone-thugs-n-harmony-eazy-e-aids-death-legacy/
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony rapper Krayzie Bone just struck a sweet plea deal in his DUI case to keep his ass out of jail — but he’ll still have to serve time … in an alcohol education class.
As part of the plea agreement, Krayzie pled “no contest” yesterday to driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher — following his July arrest in L.A., when police popped him for DUI.
He was sentenced to 3 years summary probation, and must enroll in an alcohol education program asap.
Bone had also been charged with an additional DUI count stemming from the arrest, as well as driving without a license, but those two counts were dropped in exchange or the “no contest” plea.