According to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Flesh-N-Bone was arrested at show in Bone Thugs N Harmony home town, Cleveland Ohio. Police say 36 year old Flesh-N-Bone whose government name is Stanley Howse was arrested for being wanted on two charges, domestic violence and felonious assault which happened in 1998 . Police reports are saying he hit his mother with a gun (pistol whip). The San Diego Union-Tribune say that Flesh took a piece of flesh off his mother leaving her with a 1 inch gash on her head. Sheriff’s spokesman John O’Brien says deputies didn’t wait until after the show because Howse seemed to notice them, invited audience members to the stage and tried to slip out but was arrested backstage.
MGK's long-awaited follow up to his 2011 debut album Lace Up is finally heating up and MGK is sharing a star studded, heavyweight feature track in "Till I Die Pt. II." Here MGK, an Ohio native through and through (he moved around a lot as a youth but stuck with Cleveland in the end), is joined by local legends Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Memphis' very own Yo Gotti, Ray Cash and of course, the enigmatic French Montana. This is a dark, brooding video shot entirely in black-and-white, that perfectly accompany the menacing track. Check it out after the jump.