Bizzy Bone: 21 Savage Apologized To Layzie Bone Following Feud With Migos

Does ageism and materialism in Hip Hop damage the legacy of the culture’s icons?

(AllHipHop News) Do you remember when Migos and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony started beefing back in 2018? The “Bad and Boujee” hitmakers and the legendary “Tha Crossroads” rhymers had issues with each other over who could claim the title of “Greatest Rap Group Of All Time.”

The feud included BTNH’s Layzie Bone and Migos’ Offset going back-and-forth on social media. Layzie even dropped a diss record directed at the Atlanta trio. Their frequent collaborator 21 Savage also jumped into the situation after sharing his thoughts on Layzie Bone’s “Let Me Go Migo” record.

Fast forward to September 2019, Bizzy Bone did an interview with the Murder Master Music Show where he talked about the BTNH/Migos bad blood. Bizzy claimed Layzie Bone actually received a concession from Savage.

“I heard that 21 Savage apologized to Layzie over the phone. That’s the only thing I heard about the situation. I don’t even think it is one of those things you can really chop it up about,” stated Bizzy. “Well, he apologized for saying he was gonna f*ck his wife, and you still said, ”N*gga can’t pull out no [millions].’ That’s the last thing you said to the world: ‘You n*ggas are old, you old ass n*ggas!’ Wait a minute b*tch, I’m just about as old as you, b*tch. We look the same!”

The 42-year-old emcee continued. “I’m just saying these small little nitpicking things. When you’re golden and you’re legendary, those kinda words just bounce off of you. It’s just something they are saying now. They called Rakim ‘The God.’ How can you cheapen that? But you can cheapen the word ‘legend’ by adding ‘old head’ on it, and then when a little bit of ‘broke’ to it, when you add a little bit of money, that’s worse than a f*cking rap diss.” 

He added, “The only thing you can do is come back with $100,000 worth of jewelry on and pristine camera work and a pristine project that you get behind. That’s the only thing you can do after that. After someone says some sh*t like that and attacks your Hip Hop savvy, you can’t do nothing else but turn – what we call – all the way the f*ck up, my n*gga. You done tried to dig me a grave that I’m supposed to just hop into, taking the higher road. F*ck that!”