Twitter was up in arms (no pun intended) after Bizzy Bone appeared to wield a “musket” while threatening Migos and 21 Savage. At one point during Bizzy’s Instagram Live video, someone interrupted the Bone Thugs MC, but he shooed them away. However, once Bizzy was told the police were at his door, his face dropped.
Wiz Khalifa must have been paying attention to the viral video. During a recent Instagram Live session, the weed-loving rapper did his own version of “the Bizzy Bone drop and run.” In the clip, someone tries to talk to Wiz but he waves them away. They then tell Wiz, “The police is at the door.”
Much like Bizzy, he quickly stops what he’s doing and utters an enthusiastic, “Oh, what?”
But it’s all love. Wiz is a dedicated fan of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. In fact, he has a tattoo on his left thigh representing the pioneering group.
The Migos versus Bone Thugs beef popped off last month when Layzie Bone took issue with the trio’s claim they were the greatest rap group ever. Since then, Layzie has fired off two diss tracks, including “Let Me Go Migo” and “Annihilation.”
Krayzie Bone took a more logical approach to the situation. In an exclusive interview with HipHopDX, the Cleveland Hip Hop legend explained where the disconnect between the Hip Hop pioneers and rappers of today.
“I don’t believe it’s totally their fault,” he tells HipHopDX. “These new rising artists stars come from the instant/microwave era where everything is expected to happen fast. When the content of today is good, it spreads fast and the next thing you know, an artist is on tour earning money and fame.
“This process is responsible for the lack of understanding of what happened with respects to the building blocks of Hip Hop and R&B artists who paved the way. The phenomena occurred many, many years ago and this era is a recipient of the accomplishments of the forefathers of these elite genres.”