21 Savage Says Layzie Bone’s Migos Diss Song Is Wack
Earlier this week (Dec. 26), the "A Lot" rapper went live on Instagram and spoke about his thoughts about Layzie Bone's diss record "Let Me Go Migo," which is aimed at Quavo, Offset and Takeoff but also includes a few jabs at 21 himself. Despite the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper's veteran status, the Atlanta native thinks the record is "wacker than a muthafucka."
"That's probably the weakest diss song I've ever heard in my life," 21 said during a social media live stream. "No cap. Who the hell let that man put that shit out? That nigga homeboys ain't shit because my homeboys would never let me put that out."
The I Am > I Was rapper thinks it's wack that only Layzie went at the XXL 2018 winter issue cover stars without any support from Krayzie, Wish, Bizzy or Flesh'n Bone. In his mind, it would've been better if the entire group went after the other group. Later, he admits that Layzie is a legend himself along with the Cleveland-based crew, but the song isn't up to par.
"It looks like his boys ain't riding with him right now," 21 says. "That's kinda fucked up. Layzie Bone is a legend. Ain't nobody taking that away from Layzie Bone, but that diss song is wacker than a muthafucka. I never said he wasn't a legend. He's a big legend, but his song wack tho. I just said I like his old shit."
Layzie Bone has been demanding respect from the "Walk It Talk It" rappers for the past few weeks. Layzie began going off on the Culture II trio, especially Offset, ever since they claimed that they are the "biggest group in the world."
Watch 21 Savage speak on Layzie Bone's diss track below.
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