Gangsta Boo on ‘Scary Moment’ When Bizzy Bone Threw Bottle During ‘Verzuz’
In an interview with Vlad TV, Gangsta Boo said that the moment when Bizzy Bone threw the bottle was a "trigger" for her and a "scary moment."
The Verzuz fight between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia was upsetting for Gangsta Boo.
In an interview with Vlad TV, the Queen of Memphis said Bizzy Bone throwing a water bottle during the battle was a “trigger” for her.
“It was the throwing stuff for me,” she said. “I don’t care what you was going to say or what you didn’t say. The throwing stuff—everybody has triggers, and that was a scary moment to see my multi-millionaire friends. I don’t even remember it. I remembered it when I watched it.”
Gangsta Boo also spoke on Bizzy yelling her name before throwing the bottle, saying, “People don’t know the context behind that.” When Vlad asked for clarification, she responded, “I can’t. … I spoke with him and I know what—he told me what he was going to say.” She also said she spoke with Bizzy after the Verzuz “a few times.”
During the battle, it seemed Bizzy Bone was going to address Boo when Juicy J told him to “suck my dick.” That’s when Bizzy tossed the bottle toward Gangsta Boo, which led to the fight. She also made some questionable comments about his mental health. “Bizzy Bone, you a hater. You must ain’t take your pills,” she said. “You weirdo-ass n***a. Fuck is wrong with you? Bitch-ass n***a. Bizzy Bone a hater. Sissy-ass n***a.”
During the Vlad TV interview, Gangsta Boo had a difficult time recollecting exactly what happened that night. However, she did comment that Crunchy Black had a solid memory of the fight, saying, “The thing about CB, he an observer. He was in the back the whole time, watching and peeping. That’s what he do. I’m just shocked. I don’t even know nothing about bottle caps being twisted. On god. I knew a bottle then I saw a mic…it was two things. It was crazy.”
Crunchy Black told Vlad TV a couple weeks ago that Bizzy Bone started the fight as a distraction because Bone Thugs knew they were losing the first half of the battle. “Bizzy Bone got frustrated and kinda mad after the fourth song was played because in real life we was killing them,” Crunchy Black said.
Bizzy later apologized for his actions.