The Migos versus Bone Thugs-n-Harmony feud was seemingly over late last year, but apparently Bizzy Bone isn’t quite ready to let it go.
Following Layzie Bone’s lackluster “Let Me Go Migo” effort and his “Annihilation” follow-up, Bizzy returned with “Carbon Monoxide” earlier this month. For nearly six minutes, Bizzy goes after “Offsides, Tequila and, most notably, the unknown third member that was left off ‘Bad and Boujee.’”
The track kicks off with a Star Wars styles intro, which tells the tale of Bone Thugs’ ascent in the Hip Hop world and the numerous acts who were “influenced” by their fast flows and cadences. But he blasts Migos for allegedly not knowing who Bone Thugs were.
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#bizzybone out of #bonethugsnharmony group was live threatening #migos and #21savage with guns moments later the police started beating on his door and then the live ended via @djvontv
Once the song finally starts, Bizzy begins by poking fun at himself. Amid the online beef between Layzie and Offset last December, Bizzy headed to Instagram Live where he brandished a weapon many thought was a “musket” or some kind of vintage gun.
In the “Carbon Monoxide” video, Bizzy juxtaposes an image of Elmer Fudd holding his rifle with footage from that particular IG Live session as he spits his bars.
If anything, “Carbon Monoxide” proves Bizzy is a good sport and knows how to engage in a good old fashioned rap battle.
While Bizzy does name drop 21 Savage in the song, the recently incarcerated British-born rapper has bigger fish to fry right now. So far, neither 21 or any members of the Migos have replied.
Listen to “Carbon Monoxide” up top.