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

Conway The Machine took to Instagram Live to call out Funkmaster Flex for his lack of radio support for Griselda and other underground acts.

Fivio Foreign is now a free man after being locked up for several months. He has only been out a couple of days and is already aiming to perform at the iconic HOT97 Summer Jam.

“I gotta be honest. I kind of bit that whole routine, or my involvement,” Flex disclosed to Naji of Rap Radar. “I was copying, watching Red Alert and MC Shan and KRS-One. And I watched people throw the flame on it and I said, ‘If I throw the flame on it, this can be one of those.’ … I ain’t gonna lie, I wanted to be in the history book like Red Alert and Shan and KRS-One.”

Funkmaster Flex is a bonafide Hip-Hop legend with a lengthy resume—however, he can be quite the curmudgeon. Cardi B is no doubt keenly aware of this since the longtime Hot 97 DJ and radio host has gone on the record to call her a terrible rapper.

In this age the genre of Rap is more about the look than the talent. Apparently Funkmaster Flex took this to heart when he recently went under the knife, on the 'Gram.

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.

Funkmaster Flex is back on his WWE vibes. The Hot 97 hot’s newest target is T.I. and he is questioning his King of the South claims.

Spade, who is Drake's tour DJ, jumped in on the homebound live DJ-ing trend, which had the feuding Funk Flex and Drizzy dredging up old beef.

The ongoing sampling and copyright infringement case between singer Tracy Chapman and Nicki Minaj has an added development that could drag out the matter even longer. In recent court documents that were introduced, Chapman has named Funkmaster Flex in the matter after he played a shelved record featuring the singer’s music.

It looks like fans won’t be streaming “Sorry” anytime soon.