Grammy award-winning rapper Layzie Bone, of the '90s hip-hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, praised God on Facebook after being hailed a hero for helping to save a diabetic man's life on Saturday.
The Jehovah's witness, born Steven Howse, rushed to the aid of a Wyoming man, who was traveling from Casper to Riverton over the weekend, after witnessing the man lose control of his vehicle.
"We just witnessed a man, 24 years old, driving super erratically from Casper Wyoming to Riverton Wyoming," Layzie, 40, wrote on Facebook. "We thought he was a drunk doing 60 mph when he spun out of control and did a complete 180 degrees."
The "Tha Crossroads" rapper approached the disoriented man when his car finally stopped spinning and helped him regain consciousness by mentioning who he is. Upon learning that the man was a diabetic in shock, Layzie gave him some fruit and chocolate to help raise the man's blood sugar level.
Still in a state of shock, the rapper thanked God for His "mercy, grace and forgiveness for 2nd chances" in a heartfelt post shared with his 200,000 Facebook followers after the encounter.
"Dear Lord, thank you for your mercy, grace and forgiveness for 2nd chances," the rapper wrote on Facebook. "My heart is still racing. Again, thank you Jehovah for protecting this young man and thanks that we didn't have to witness the worse."
Fans applauded the post and immediately hailed him a "hero," although the rapper said he only did what any good person would do.
"I'm not doing this interview to be no type of hero, like they put it," he told Wyoming's K2TV on Sunday. "I'm not that person. I genuinely care about people."
Despite the horrifying experience, Layzie went on to perform a show that same evening.
"WHEW now let's do this show. Be safe people Layzie loves ya," he wrote.