Did you know the iconic rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is still touring? Well, apparently they are and they're disciplining their own fans. According to a lawsuit, Joseph E. Zeidel claims a the leader of the rap group attacked him on the group’s tour bus after their June 10 show at the Congress Theater in Chicago. Joseph says he and his cousin attended the show and paid a person believed to be the band’s tour manager a total of $80 to board the bus for a “meet and greet” and “autographs from the band members.” They were on the bus for about 30 minutes engaging in small talk with various band members and getting several autographs when Bryon “Bizzy Bone” McCane (pictured) became belligerent and imposing and told them to leave the bus. Joseph says Bizzy Bone struck Zeidel in the face and head twice, causing him to suffer a fracture and cut nose, broken glasses and other injuries. Plus, he claims he suffered “extreme emotional embarrassment and trauma, with dozens of people watching.” Not only Joseph suing Bizzy Bone, he's suing the other two members of the group, their record label, the theater and pretty much everyone related to the group or the events of that night. He's seeking more than $1.2 million in damages.