Layzie Bone was apparently feeling festive on Tuesday (December 25) and decided to unleash a Christmas-themed diss track aimed at Migos. Titled “Let Me Go Migo,” the track continues his social media onslaught against Offset, Takeoff and Quavo with lines such as, “Niggas is fly as flamingos but will never fly as far as wings go/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.”

Toward the middle of the track, 21 Savage also feels Layzie’s wrath for defending Migos in a recent Instagram Live session.

The cover art features all three Migos members in a red and white Christmas stocking labeled “Garbage” while 21 Savage is thrown in another stocking with “Trash” across the top. Front and center is the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony OG looking like The Grinch.

“I’m a big Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony Fan no lie! I love all their old stuff, but Layzie just really didn’t hit the spot for me on this one.

Best bar /verse was “young nigga where’s your babysitter”

Fave part was when it dropped to their old klassik “mo murder” -Damn near 3min in & 11sec too late (in my opinion) -Jeskuz Price

Check it out below 🤭😬😬😳👎🏾 #Yikes

https://soundcloud.com/officialharmonyhowseent/let-me-go-migo

Again, I love Bone-Thugs, but I prefer them in Harmony, the dis track felt poor and rather beneath Layzie (response wise, as a Legend) but that’s just me I guess. -Jeskuz

“I thought that shit was gonna be hard,” 21 said before sharing that he loves Bone Thugz’s musical catalog. But it looks like the red-hot Atlanta rapper was ultimately disappointed with “Let Me Go Migo” — which also includes some shots at 21 himself — saying “that shit was wack as a motherfucker.” Savage went so far as to call the record the weakest diss he’d ever heard in his life.

Migos have yet to say anything about the track. However, recent reports claim BlocBoy JB just called it Wack AF and now Layzie Bone wants a pay per view boxing session with 21 Savage, which is comical. Can we just squash that, 4get the dis track & trade off for a Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Reunion Tour??? Now that would be dope, IJS!

-JesKuz Price

Last week, 21 Savage released his sophomore studio album I Am > I Was. The project includes a soulful-ass J. Cole assisted-song, a feature verse from Childish Gambino, and Yung Miami of the City Girls.

Source Cited via HipHopDX.com Written by Kyle Eustice and Complex.com Written by BY ALEX GALBRAITH
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