Bizzy Bone Is Still Dissing Migos on "Carbon Monoxide"

Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff are again fodder for something new from the Bone Thugs camp.

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Bizzy Bone is still dissing Migos on his recently released "Carbon Monoxide" cut.

Billed as a "Migos diss," the track sees the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member providing fans with his assessment of the group's influence. The first two minutes of "Carbon Monoxide" serve as a dramatic, dense, and occasionally funny intro to the proceedings in which everything from Drake to skinny jeans are mentioned. Also in the intro, Migos are mockingly referred to as "Offsides, Tequila, and most notably the unknown third member."

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Previously, Bizzy Bone let his thoughts on Migos and 21 (who've been publicly urged by Layzie Bone to start paying "homage to the bricklayers") be known on Instagram Live while seemingly brandishing a weapon. "Blow your motherfuckin' head off, n***a," he said while streaming live last month. "Let me tell you something. Who the fuck you think you talkin' to? You ain't the only n***a with guns."

Layzie Bone's 2018 diss "Let Me Go Migo," meanwhile, has been publicly assessed by 21 Savage as "wack as a motherfucker." Speaking to fans back in December, 21 said he initially thought the track was going to be "hard" due to the group's history. "I'm talking 'bout...that was probably the weakest diss song I've ever heard in my life, no cap," he said. "Like, what the fuck, bro?"

Over the weekend, Bizzy Bone shared a "Carbon Monoxide" follow-up post in which he pointed out the irrelevance of what he calls "false ass respect."

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