Krayzie Bone

Herschel Walker, the Republican candidate in Georgia, faces Democratic incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock in the nation’s most bruising campaign of the 2022 midterm election cycle.

Former presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama have campaigned for their party’s respective candidates. Even Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has gotten in on the action, choosing to endorse Senator Warnock.

Since neither candidate earned the 50 percent required to seal the election, Walker and Warnock move to a head-to-head runoff election. Walker raised an eye-popping $3.3 million in the first 24 hours of the new cycle.

Walker’s campaign, which has been rocked by multiple women accusing the pro-life Walker of financing their abortions, now must deal with the fallout of another scandal.

Walker appeared at a rally in Georgia on Friday night. Part of the rally featured “The Crossroads,” a song by legendary Cleveland rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

The song can be heard in the video below:

Krayzie Bone, one half of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, took issue with Walker’s campaign using his group’s song without permission.

“Yoooo what the hell is he doing?” Bone asked.

Bone further took issue with Walker’s dancing while responding to a fan:

“Hell no it wasn’t and what the hell he doing, dancing? Smh,” Bone tweeted.

Georgia voters head to the polls on Dec. 6th for the Senate runoff election.

[Krayzie Bone; image via Wikipedia]