Le'Veon Bell wrote an wonderful diss track for Skip Bayless

That's what Skip Bayless initially had to say about "Shrimp Bayless", the diss track that Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell released aimed at the "Undisputed" host.

In his latest song, the two-time Pro-Bowl selection produced a diss-track target at Fox Sports 1 personality Skip Bayless, cleverly titled "Shrimp Bayless".

Probably because my name is mixed in close with some of the greatest/They talk about patience, you close to testing my patience/You say whatever for ratings, I'm not blind, I can see/You say I'm just an average running back, no way you believe it.

This is not the first time Bell has taken on Bayless on a track; in "Rubberbandz", Bell included a line that referenced Bayless leaving ESPN, saying "That's why I can't wait until your new location".

On the track, audio is also included of when Bayless said one of the titles for Bell's songs was "dangerous". But do you know what?

You talking down for no reason, you talking down for no reason/Cause you know my numbers insane when I'm done with the season/Sometimes I hate that you breathing/Make you sick as a germ/You keep on talking all that nonsense, I'm going to call Richard Sherm.

"I really liked the track", Skip said.

You've rapped about your issue with me and wanting to take it up with me on my new show. "I think you have talent as a rapper". I don't think you can do that, Le'Veon! But, now that I got a little fanbase and I got a lot of followers, people are actually listening to me. Back in November, we premiered his EP, Until the Post Interview, and it's pretty clear that making music has turned into more than just a hobby for him.

You can check out Skip's entire response to Bell in the clip above.

I guess your vision's a blur.



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