Funk Flex Uses Mac Miller To Prove He's The Opposite Of Wack: "Are You A Rapper W/ Bars Looking To B
New York radio veteran Funk Flex is out here doing some damage control. After calling out "wack" rappers this week, the Hot 97 personality has offered rap rookies an opportunity to get his attention.
Flex went to Instagram this week to share an insane Mac Miller freestyle and tell his followers to alert him if they're lyrically nice.
Are you a rapper with bars looking to be discovered? @ them! You could get a chance! #InFlexWeTrustFreestyle #FunkFlexAccess
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Earlier this week, hip-hop artist Trippie Redd reached out to Flex after his "wack" rapper rant.
#trippieredd and #lilyachty respond to Funk flex calling them out in a post where he mentioned “Wack rappers”. Do u think flex unfairly picked out trippie and yachty ?
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A few hours prior, Flex named rappers from Nicki Minaj to Lil Pump as wack hip-hop artists.
D@mn! 📸 @funkflex really went there and called out @lilpump @NICKIMINAJ @G_Eazy 😮 😬 💥 pic.twitter.com/aDkyl3giTw
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The same day, Dipset's Juelz Santana publicly co-signed rap mogul Diddy's heartfelt clip by reposting it onto his IG page.
"So many people rapping right now. I love it. It is literally too much. It's a lot to take in everyday. Everybody saying the same sh*t in different ways. It's just my opinion. I'm not knocking nobody's dream. I just don't want the culture to get diluted where it gets so mass produced it doesn't mean anything. Artists have to be special. Every artist has to be unique. I'm just trying to say if you're going to be in this game be great because you can also be a part of the noise. All you inspiring rappers out there and R&B artists and singers and dancers, keep doing your thing. Be special."
Mood... It’s Not Many Of Us.... #BeLegendary 💪💯✔️
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