Funkmaster Flex, fresh off his war of words with Conway The Machine, engaged in the same with legendary producer Pete Rock.

During the freestyle session with Funk Flex, the Canadian varmint appears to address the alleged shooting of Megan Thee Stallion and while some loved the moment, many more are slandering him at will.

Funk Flex has decided to weigh in on the matter, and he feels everyone the rapper's friends have let him down.

Trash day is over but dumping on folks is a forever thing apparently. Two of Hip-Hop’s most outspoken voices have refocused their sights on Roc Nation.

Funkmaster Flex is talking spicy regardless of how anyone feels. His latest rants puts Jay-Z back on the plate for internet trolls to feed on.

The clip shows Flex getting what appears to be liposuction and body sculpting, and folks on Twitter have some thoughts.

Earlier in the week, Jermaine Dupri’s long-time collaborator, Bryan-Michael Cox claimed that JAY-Z called Dupri and told him to pass on a similar NFL deal. The So So Def General finally cleared the air during an interview on Atlanta’s V-103 with Big Tigger.

YBN Cordae is currently buzzing right now. He just dropped his debut album The Lost Boy was named to XXL’s Freshman List, so what better way to close out the week by stopping Funk Flex’s radio show.

dame dash

It’s not a secret that whenever Dame Dash does an interview and is asked about Jay-Z he goes into a Trump like tantrum and shoots down any attempts to answer Jigga related questions. But Nick Cannon actually got him to say more than anyone expected.

Funkmaster Flex has earned the right to check artists as he sees fit considering his OG status in the game, but in doing so he called out one of Hip-Hop’s biggest stars in Cardi B. Flex wasn’t feeling Bardi rapping that she was the “King of New York” on a featured verse on Lil Yachty’s […]

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.