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During a recent tour stop in Riverton, Wyoming this past weekend, Layzie Bone rescued a diabetic man from heading to Tha Crossroads before it was his time.

The Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member encountered an erratic driver on the road who was endangering everyone in his path. After the man’s crash, Layzie (real name Steve Howse) discovered the victim was going into diabetic shock and fed him candy and fruit to level his blood sugar until the paramedics arrived.

“He started swerving,” Layzie relayed to the local news K2TV. “We like, ‘Oh my god, this guy’s gonna kill himself.’ He hit the dirt and came back, and when the concrete met his tires, he started spinning instantly.”

“He didn’t know who anybody was, so I said, ‘Do you know Bone Thugs N’ Harmony?’ And he kind woke up. He was like, ‘Yeah,’” he continued. “That’s my group.”

Afterwards, Layzie took to his Instagram account to thank God for putting him in the right place and the right time but assured K2TV that his Good Samaritan actions shouldn’t be misconstrued for fame-seeking.

“I’m not doing this interview to be no type of hero, like they put it [in the headlines],” he claimed. “I’m not that person. I genuinely care about people.”

Watch the news video below and hit the next page to see Layzie Bone’s IG retelling of events.

Photo: Instagram / Layzie Bone

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