Offset Just Dragged This Rapper By His Cornrows Over These Disrespectful Comments...

ATLANTA, GA - APRIL 01:  Offset of The Group Migos attends a Party at Compound on April 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)

Offset Just Dragged This Rapper By His Cornrows Over These Disrespectful Comments...

Another fiery music debate could be on the horizon.

Published December 18, 2018

For the second time this year, the Cleveland OGs of Bone Thugs N Harmony have returned to snatch back the title for the biggest group ever from none other than Atlanta’s star trap trio, Migos.

And this time, one-fifth of the group, Layzie Bone, is following-up Bizzy Bone’s previous sentiments from February and defending his group’s honor with some choice words for the ATL rappers.

  1. Layzie Bone started off with a screenshot of the XXL article that ignited it all

    In the story, Offset’s commentary on why they deserve the crown for the “biggest group in the world” stands out the most. “’Causewe can do individual and then go as a group,” his statement in the article reads. Such confidence apparently didn’t sit very well with Layzie, who let everyone know that Migos couldn’t hold a candle to the Cleveland-bred rap group.  

    “Migo’s the biggest rap group ever???” he wrote. “These Lil n**gaz got the rap game f**ked up. I accept that challenge. Nah homies y’all n**gaz Lil N**gaz compared to Bone Thugs N Harmony.”

  2. He took his fiery thoughts to a video as well

    The “Crossroad” rapper also addressed R&B’s ongoing “King of R&B” debate while he was at it. “I’m just here to set the record straight—Bone Thugs N Harmony, we still on five live.” Boasting that “we the best,” Layzie said that there are other groups well-deserving of the title, such as Outkast, N.W.A., EPMD, and Beastie Boys. But not Migos, according to him. “Migos, sit down, we gon’ shut y’all down for 2019. Y’all lil n**gas talk too much.”

  3. Seemingly responding to the challenge, Offset didn’t have as big of a mouthful in response to Layzie Bone’s shade

    “Old n**ga ain’t got a M for a thousand!” he wrote in a text post on his Instagram story. “Who wanna bet LOL.”


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    Uh-oh… do we have a “Kings Of Rap Groups” debate on our hands next, folks?

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)


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