Charlamagne Tha God has branded Funkmaster Flex as the the Donkey of the Day due to his failure to deliver a Meek Mill response record to Drake last night (July 27). The Power 105 DJ went in, calling it a eulogy to the veteran DJ’s credibility.
Funkmaster Flex had one job. After promising to deliver Meek Mill’s response to Drake’s “Charged Up,” Hot 97 listeners were left with absolutely nothing.
Funkmaster Flex is ranting again. This time the target of his vitriol is Jay Z’s Life + Times website, and possibly Jay Z himself. Uh Oh.
Diddy may have had one of the most extravagant commercials on the Super Bowl but believe it or not, that type of party happened in real life last night.
There’s no denying that Meek Mill can flat out rap and he revels in any opportunity to display his skills on the microphone. He elected to spit some bars acapella during a recent visit to Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex Show in support of his long-awaited mixtape Dreamchasers 3.
Every Tom, Dick, and Harry in Hip-Hop has weighed in on Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control” verse, and now it’s 50 Cent‘s turn. The Queens rapper sat with Funkmaster Flex to give his thoughts on the matter, speak on why he still doesn’t like Steve Stoute, and if he’s to blame for the climate of New York […]
Kendrick Lamar may have earned the win on “Control (HOF),” but Big Sean also got busy with the bars. In fact, the Detroit rapper has been in a zone lyrically since his 2012 mixtape Detroit. He brought this same energy to the Funkmaster Flex show and spit a customary freestyle to boot.
The Internets have a tendency to blow things out of proportion. Look at DJ Khaled’s hilarious marriage proposal to Nicki Minaj for instance. Following days of banter and corresponding memes, the first lady of YMCMB opened up to Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex on the matter and a host of other things.
Action Bronson is nice. Not saying this is up for debate, but the Queens spitter’s recent appearance on the Funkmaster Flex show should quiet all that question his prowess as a MC.