The accompanying documentary-esque commercial shows a faux argument among the group centered on the name change, with Layzie Bone ultimately trying out some boneless chicken from the chain restaurant, admitting they are "pretty good" though not quite "change-your-name good."
"These boneless wings are so good, what if they made Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have an identity crisis," Buffalo Wild Wings CMO Seth Freeman toldRolling Stone on Wednesday. Group manager Steve Lobel added that, as far as future plans with Bone Thugs (with or without the jokingly presented name change), there are "a lot of things" in the pipeline.
The chicken company is also offering merch to accompany the campaign, including hats and shirts:
Back in 2017, Bone Thugs released their tenth full-length studio album New Waves via the eOne label. The release was supported by a trio of singles including "If Heaven Had a Cellphone," "Coming Home," and "Fantasy." And speaking of fantasy, do enjoy the discourse brought on by the advent of Boneless-Thugs-N-Harmony below: