Tone Loc was a recent guest on The Art of Dialogue and said that he squashed his long-running beef with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony just last year.

It started way back in the day before the Ohio group inked a deal with Eazy-E’s Ruthless Records. 

According to Tone, Bone Thugs came to his house in the middle of the night because they were trying to get into the music industry.

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“They had came to my house at like two in the morning,” said Tone. “Like, come on, cuz. Two in the morning? They came to my house two in the morning from wherever they are, off the plane, talking about whatever they had to say. ‘Man, I don’t know y’all. F*ck y’all. Get on.’ On the real. It’s late. I’m glad they blew up and did what they had to do. They found Eazy or Dr. Dre and they went on and did they thing.”

“We always had a problem up until about maybe the end of last year,” he added. “We had did a show together. One of them came up — couldn’t tell you which one it is — and said, ‘You know what Tone, I have to apologize to you.'”

Elsewhere in the interview, Tone talked about people thinking he was soft because of his pop hit “Wild Thing” and not realizing he was given the name “Loc” for a reason.

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