Neo-Nazi music group threatens ‘be careful’ if you rock a Bone Thugs T-shirt

By Beppi Crosariol for Radio Times It’s a rap beef between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and the three former members of Three 6 Mafia known as Juicy J, DJ Paul and Koopsta Knicca that has turned…

Neo-Nazi music group threatens 'be careful' if you rock a Bone Thugs T-shirt

By Beppi Crosariol for Radio Times

It’s a rap beef between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and the three former members of Three 6 Mafia known as Juicy J, DJ Paul and Koopsta Knicca that has turned ugly.

Juicy J posted a video titled “Kouch Knowz,” in which the rapper talks about his altercation with Bone Thugs in an entirely foolish way, declaring: “I don’t know why I come for them s**t, but my n****s gonna be coming after you.

“They wanna play up their rivalry and rims, but [we’re] real, n****s. … Your little Lexus is about to get way more bricked than A$AP Rocky.”

Juicy J is referencing Bone Thugs’ allegation that he used a false identity to impersonate one of their members after being arrested for a drunk driving offense in 2010.

Bone Thugs responded with their own video that accused the rap trio of stealing a piece of their merchandise (cigarettes) and ties (jeans).

Juicy J has since posted another video in which he appears to be dealing with a man who appears to be a fan of Three 6 Mafia.

The rapper complained that he was “hit in the face” with a golf club, but did not elaborate further.

“So here you go, be careful if you mess with Thugs and Murs from old school, never judge a book by its cover,” he wrote.

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony released a song called “In Search of Itz” in November last year in which the group claimed that it was unprovoked.

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