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Krayzie Bone’s newest release in the QuickFix series compiles 31 minutes of the same Krayzie Bone we’ve come to known in recent years. From frauds and haters who can meet him in the sky, or don’t want to see him shine, to facing no competition to his throne at the top of the rap game.
The Bone Thugs member responded by challenging 21 to a boxing match.
21 Savage is not impressed by Layzie Bone’s recent Migos diss track. During an Instagram Live session, the Atlanta rapper described “Let Me Go Migo” as “the weakest diss song I’ve ever heard in my life.”
“I thought that shit was going to be hard, ‘cause I love all that old shit,” 21 said. “But that shit was wack as a motherfucker. I’m talking ’bout… that was probably the weakest diss song I’ve ever heard in my life, no cap. Like, what the fuck, bro?”
He also speculated that the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member doesn’t have the right people around him if they didn’t stop him from dropping the track. “Who the hell let that man put that shit out, man?” he said. “That nigga homeboys ain’t shit.”
In response, Layzie challenged 21 to a boxing match:
“Let’s call up [J. Prince] from Rap-a-Lot, he one of the biggest boxing promoters in the world now,” Layzie said. “Let’s tell him to get us a fight on pay-per-view, my nigga. Let’s hit that shit out and make up afterwards, but don’t call my wife out by her name, talkin’ ‘bout she eat pork chops and all this shit.”
As Layzie points out in the video, he already issued the challenge on “Let Me Go Migo,” when he raps:
Fuck a gun we can fight
You say you ready you nice
Pay-per-view, damn, buy them rights
Sold to the highest bidder
The two rappers first locked horns when the Bone Thugs rapper took issue with Migos‘ claim that they are biggest group ever, and 21 entered the fray in support of the Atlanta trio.
Layzie initially addressed 21 for disrespecting his wife on “Let Me Go Migo,” when he says:
Hold up, this my Savage flow
This shit feels too average tho (21)
This little nigga done lost his mind
Disrespecting my marriage, oh
Fuck my life, fuck my wife
It seems like all of this beef is going to continue playing out on Instagram for now. Offset is the only Migos member who’s directly responded to Layzie, inviting him to a bankroll challenge. Meanwhile, 21 Savage seems content to serve as a commentator.
Christmas night saw the release of Layzie Bone’s diss track toward Migos and 21 Savage.
Layzie posted to his social media a link to his diss track on soundcloud.com, which you can listen to below.
Layzie is currently feuding with Migos after an interview with Big Boy from Big Boy’s Neighborhood claiming they were the biggest group to ever exist, completely ignoring other big hip-hop groups that came before them, which Layzie took offense.
21 Savage recently got involved in the dispute, during an interview with The Breakfast Club.