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Mike Epps is always down to make fun of those who make fools of themselves.

Epps has become known and almost expected to spoof celebrities who display foolishness on the internet. One of his most well-known spoofs was when he clowned Soulja Boy‘s shootout against the world a few months back.

Now, he’s set his sights on Funkmaster Flex for his tearful rants where he says he’s telling the “truth” about Tupac’s 1994 Quad Studios shooting.

Flex says that Tupac shot himself while trying to defend himself and did not get shot five times as legend would tell it. He also says Tupac’s allegations that The Notorious B.I.G. and Sean “Diddy” Combs are false and that Biggie would still be alive had he not lied. While neither of those theories are new, Flex has caught flak for choosing to speak so open and emotionally about it more that 20 years after Tupac’s death.

Epps seems to feel the same, hence this spoof.

“People want to know why I said it 20 years later,” says Epps in his best Flex voice. “Because I was scared then! ‘Pac would’ve whupped my *ss!”

Epps, who is wearing facepaint as a makeshift beard, also alludes to Flex wearing Beijing on his face to look like Rick Ross.

Only a few have taken on the #PunkFlexChallenge so far. Flex himself doesn’t seem to be too bothered by it and has even hinted at joining in on the fun too.