Layzie Bone wants to make one thing clear — his beef with Migos isn't about an old artist hating on the newer generation.

"Ponder on this. If I was so much of a old man hating on the new talent then why am I standing in this picture with my arms around @migos?" the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper wrote in the caption for a picture of himself with the Georgia trio. "If I was clout chasing then why in picture 2 am I with my children and the #Migos pointing #datway ? We took this feb 14 2017! I’ll tell you why str8 from the horses mouth. I took my kids to there concert dead tired off the road and not really dressed for it BECAUSE I SUPPORTED THEM!!!! All y’all new followers that don’t know me that’s hating on me you should know I love music and I can relate to there music because I REALLY WALK IT LIKE I TALK IT!!!"

The beef all stems from Migos' XXL Winter 2018 cover story, where Offset proclaimed to XXL, "We the biggest group in the world to ever exist, 'cause we can do individual and we can go as a group."

Being part of a group himself, Layzie Bone called Migos out for it the statement. Things have spiraled downward from there, first with a back-and-forth with Offset, which eventually led to a diss track from Layzie, and now further beef with 21 Savage. Blocboy JB has even weighed in on the matter, calling Layzie Bone's Migos diss a terrible one.

During the live stream that Layzie referenced in yesterday's Instagram post, he even challenged Savage to a boxing match if the I Am > I Was rapper doesn't apologize. Savage has yet to respond.

Check out Layzie Bone's photo with Migos below.

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