Hip-hop veteran Bizzy Bone, of one of gangsta rap’s leading supergroups, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, could potentially have a lot of explaining to do in court after audio of his graphic rhetoric has come to light, according to New York Daily News.
In the tape, which was reportedly recorded in summer of 2016, the 40-year-old rapper is heard spitting a slew of vulgar insults at his now-ex-girlfriend Ranna Royce.
The audio lasts approximately three minutes and 26 seconds as Bizzy Bone repeatedly calls her a “f**king b***h,” “slut” and a “whore.” She then yells back at him to “get out of her face” and to leave her alone as he continues the profane ranting, this time from a farther distance.
NY Daily News reports that the 29-year-old detailed the incident in which she was awakened by him. From her responses to him in the audio, he was presumably drunk during the verbal attack. While the site further reports that the audio was recorded in their Miami condo at the time, the physical actions that took place are unclear when she disturbingly cries out at him to stop as he’s heard asking, “Do you like that?”
Royce added that, among several things being thrown at her, one was a water bottle. She also stated that she didn’t go to police sooner out of fear, but the two did end their five-year relationship in October 2016. Now that a Manhattan judge has stepped in, the rap artist is legally obligated to stay away from her following vulgar text messages she claims that he sent over the weekend. TMZ further reports on these messages, stating that he harassed her with threats to track her down and that he knew where she lived. The judge’s temporary restraining order also blocks him from contacting her via phone or email as well.
Sadly, this isn’t the first claim she’s filed against him either. TMZ adds that in September 2016, a month before the two called off their engagement and split up, court documents reveal that she accused him of strangling and head-butting her in their New York City home. She had also been afraid to report the incident to police at the time.
On Bizzy’s end, the “1st of tha Month” rapper reportedly told TMZ that she’s falsifying her claims out of spite for their breakup. Not only does he deny sending the text messages that resulted in the restraining order, TMZ says, he also claims to never have abused her, either.
Listen to the recording of one of the NSFW exchange between Bizzy and Royce in the video below.
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