JEFFERSON CITY, MO. (KMOX) - Lead singer Layzie Bone, and his traveling rap group “Bone, Thugs-n-Harmony” are being sued by a Columbia Missouri woman.
Attorney Ely Hadowsky, with the law firm Brown and Brown, says his client was standing near the front row at the Blue Note in Columbia when Layzie Bone began flinging the microphone, hitting her in the head.
“We feel he was negligent in the manner he was performing. When you go to a concert you don’t expect to be injured.”
He says the woman suffered permanent scars from the incident two years ago. The exact amount of damages being sought against Layzie Bone and the rap group was not disclosed.
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