Bizzy Bone Belongs To Mixed Ethnicity

Bizzy Bone is an American-Italian rapper from a mixed ethnicity.

His father is of American descent, whereas his mother is of Italian heritage. 

Similarly, he was born in Columbus, Ohio. Bone is currently 45 years old as born on September 12, 1976. 

In addition, the rapper is of American nationality. 

Bizzy Bone Parents And Family Origin

Roseana McCane and Rober Floyd McCane are the parents of Bizzy Bone. His family is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

Bryon and his two sisters were kidnapped in 1980 when their mother was at work by their mother's lover and held hostage for nearly two years. 

He recounts not realizing he had been abducted at first and was led to believe his mother and grandma were dead.

Bone resided in different residences, apartments, automobiles, and hotels in northern Oklahoma throughout his abduction. 

He was beaten, tormented, and sexually abused on several occasions. 

The family had lived on the Kaw Indian Reservation in Kaw, Oklahoma, a year and a half when the incident occurred in 1983.

More About Bizzy Bone Married Life With Wife 

Bizzy Bone has been happily married to his wife, Jessica Nancy Cassidy, for over a year. 

They got married on February 1, 2020. The pair started dating in late 2016, and on November 26, 2017, they confirmed their engagement.

Similarly, Bizzy and Jessica have shared a son named Jesse Anthony McCane on March 7, 2018. 

However, Jesse was born before their marriage. Likewise, his wife, Jessica, is also a well-known singer, songwriter, and model. 

The duo also had a YouTube channel called Jam Tv, where they regularly uploaded their daily life vlogs.

Furthermore, Bizzy and Jessica often share photos of themselves on social media. You can find Jessica on Instagram @jcasscassidy.

Bizzy Bone Net Worth And Instagram

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bizzy Bone has a net worth of $2 million. 

His music career with the Bone Thugs N Harmony and his solo career have helped him amass a considerable fortune.

With the RIAA platinum-certified Bone Thugs N Harmony album 'E. 1999 Eternal,' he made $1.56 million in 1995.

In 1997, he earned $1.47 million from record sales of The Art of War. Similarly, the rapper's popular solo album, 'The Gift,' earned him $1.29 million.

Bizzy also won $563,000 for his gold-certified record Heavenz' Movie.

Apart from that, BNTHResurrection paid him $1.38 million, Strength & Loyalty paid him $582k, and Thug World Order paid him $1.45 million.

In the meantime, you can follow Bizzy Bone on Instagram @mrmccane to discover his lifestyle.