Bone Thugs-n-Harmony are excited LeBron's back
90's rap supergroup is pretty stoked, believes Cavs will win immediately.
We bring you important news this Sunday: The reaction of 90s rap superstar group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony to LeBron James returning to their native home of Cleveland. James signed with the Cavaliers officially on Saturday after announcing in a Sports Illustrated story his decision to return to Ohio.
We spoke with Krayzie, Wish, Bizzy and Flesh ... who all tell us they're FIRED UP about Bron's Cleveland comeback -- telling us, "He's a hero for Cleveland."
"He brought hope back to the city," Wish says ... "The entire city is already partying downtown. I am here now! All of my neighbors were screaming and yelling ... everyone is going crazy."
Krayzie adds, "It makes a better story for him in the end if he comes back to Cleveland and wins."
Flesh said, "I'm at a loss for words. I'm so happy I can't believe it."
We asked Bizzy Bone if the city would be disappointed if the Cavs didn't immediately start winning again -- to which he replied, "I don't even wanna think about that. We're gonna win."
It's a real coming home of sorts. After a long and winding road, James is coming home and meeting up with friends and family.
You might say he reached a... crossroads, crossroads, crossroads (so you won't be lonely), crossroads, crossroads, crossroads.
I wonder if he missed his Uncle Charles, y'all?
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