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Bizzy Bone Pays Tribute to His Late Manager: "It Won't Register"

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper Bizzy Bone is mourning a loss. Bizzy shared on Instagram that his longtime manager Nena Jackson passed away.

"No one knows but I have suffered a serious loss in my life," Bizzy wrote on IG. "Rest in heaven my manager for over 20 years. It wont register. I refuse to let her go. #RipNena this really changed my life currently and i feel some kind of way. I can not explain it."

Jackson praised Bizzy back in 2007, when the Cleveland-born rap star was refocusing on his career following several years of turmoil. In launching his "Walk In My Shoes" campaign, which focused on homelessness, Jackson talked about working with him. 

“Now, into my second project with Bizzy, I understand some things that the world may still be confused about,” she said at the time. “Bizzy is a genius. He knows exactly what he is doing and everything has a spiritual purpose. Although several independent projects surfaced when Bizzy struggled to keep his head above water, I believe that this will be Bizzy’s best solo project ever. He took his time to work on this album and now the old Bizzy Bone is back, with a new flavor and a new attitude.”

You can read Bizzy's IG tribute to Nena below.

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