Layzie Bone “Let Me Go Migo”: Listen to Migos Diss Song
Layzie Bone has done enough trash talking on social media over the Migos' claim about being the "biggest group in the world" in XXL's 2018 winter issue. Now he's giving the crew some bars.
On the night after Christmas (Dec. 26), the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper continued his verbal Migos assault by dropping off "Let Me Go Migo," which is a diss track aimed at Quavo, Offset and Takeoff. On the song, Layzie throws shots at Offset and Quality Control co-founder Pierre "Pee" Thomas responded to Layzie's viral call for respect.
"Niggas is fly as flamingos but will never fly as far as wings go," Layzie Bone raps in the intro. "This is why you won't takeoff, they say Quavo is your boss and Offset you just look lost, get out the way and let me go."
On the De-Capo and Mr. ET-produced track, Layzie shades Migos and emphasizes that Bone Thugs are truly the biggest rap group on Earth. He also claims that his beef with the Georgia trio wouldn't be so serious if they showed some respect or given props to Bone Thugs or any other veteran rap group instead of trying to claim the throne after only a few years.
"Woke up this morning right after the beef, I ain't 'gon lie I was thinking 'bout peace," Layzie Bone raps. "Thought for one second like boy you a beast/So fuck them young niggas like fuck the police."
Midway into the record, 21 Savage also feels the ricochet of the shots fired when Layzie drops a couple of bars aimed at the I Am > I Was rapper. This comes after 21 used an Instagram Live session to seeming defended Offset and the Migos after Layzie Bone lashed out at them.
"Hol up here's my savage flow, this shit feels too average tho," Layzie Bone spits. "This lil nigga done lost his mind disrespecting my marriage yo."
Listen to Layzie Bone's diss track for Migos below.
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