UPDATE: Blizz McFly joined the conversation with a “To Whom This May Concern” freestyle filled with punchlines (February 16). Then $killz responded.

In case ya missed it, Reggie Bonds stirred things up in The Mil yesterday (February 16, 2016). He’s made this exact same statement on Facebook before, but this time it hit. Almost immediately after Keag and Sean Smart premiered their “Lie To Me” record on DJ Booth, the limelight quickly shifted to Rebel Nxtion’s “Mad Scientist”. Reggie took to Facebook to make a bold statement:

Reggie Bonds - eye'm the bestAs the Wisconsin scene is about to pop, everyone is primed to strike at any moment. Obviously, the emcee drew some responses. Many rappers were mad. Others were inspired to compete. Among them, was the notorious chopper Pizzle – who has been a huge part of the Milwaukee scene for many years. About an hour after the artist initiated the “Pizzle Challenge,” he posted a cut of his upcoming Grand Design record “Prayer”.

Pizzle challenge reggie bondsMike Regal – back-to-back “Miltown Beat Down” champion, emcee, and regular collaborator with Reggie, had something to say about that as well. He would later drop a self-produced “Destiny” track.Mike Regal - response to Reggie Bonds

Let it be known that House of Renji dropped one yesterday afternoon with Pizzle, as well as another today. Gen later deleted his drop, though.

Genesis Renji - Reggie Bonds responseVon Alexander made some serious comments too, although he would later delete them. Nothing like some healthy competition! If anything, we got a grip of new music out of the situation. Bless up.

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