Bizzy Bone On His Way to Celebrity Rehab

Posted on Monday, May 31st, 2010

By Chris Masi
While DMX was denied his chance to confront his addiction on the popular TV show Celebrity Rehab, that isn’t the case for Bizzy Bone.

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper Bizzy Bone chose to join the reality show on Vh1.

Bizzy, real name Byron Anthony McCane II, is seeking treatment from Dr. Drew Pinsky for his addiction to marijuana and alcohol according to

If the show isn’t canceled, the rapper could join the internet-famed diva Tila Tequila and “Laguna Beach” star Jason Wahler for the show. It is unknown what kind of “addiction” that the pin-up Tequila will battle but Wahler’s going in for an alcoholic problem.

The fourth season of “Celebrity Rehab” is slated to film later this year, but won’t happen at all if Dr. Drew doesn’t round up a full cast soon. VH1 tried to get Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan and Heather Locklear to the club but they have rejected the offer.

Rapper DMX recently tried to join the show, but his request was denied by a judge because he was reportedly doing well in his cout-appointed substance abuse program.

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