D12′s strangest member, Bizarre, has been releasing solo material since his 2005 debut, Hannicap Circus. However, the rapper hasn’t made the impact of his fellow D12 Eminem.
He surfaced in headlines this week, though, after an ad popped up on CraigsList’s New York section, which had the rapper offering his lyrical services to anybody.
According to HipHopDX, an ad was spotted on the huge classifieds website on December 10, under Manhattan, Gigs, and then Talent Gigs categories, saying that the Detroit rapper was selling verses.
“500 for a verse from D12′s Bizarre. First come first serve,” the ad read, boasting a title that asked “Want D12′s Bizarre On A Song?”
At press time, it was unclear if the ad was actually posted by Bizarre, or if it was a fake posted by someone as a joke, or even a fraudulent ad.
The rapper had not commented about the situation yet.
Bizarre dropped his third solo LP, titled Friday Night At St. Andrews, in May 2010. It was released independently through AVJ Records, and featured guest spots from D12′s Juniva, Tech N9ne, Royce Da 5’9, Bone Crusher, and Yelawolf, among others.