Due to a sudden change of heart, Funkmaster Flex has chosen to play Tekashi 6ix9ine’s music once more after previous ban. This decision may enrage the New York Rap Scene.
The decision was influenced by 6ix9ine’s most recent Instagram post, which showed the rainbow-haired rap sensation on an aircraft with a bundle of cash that he claims is worth $1 million, unconcerned about any potential threats as he traveled back to the East Coast.
Funk Flex first became interested in music in 2021 when 6ix9ine gave a sneak peek of his “ZAZA” single, but the DJ subsequently refused to play the song over the street code, which he claims no longer exists because rappers aren’t pledging to serve five years in prison to support their gang anymore!
Funk Flex has thrown a clear jab at Gunna, who has been losing friends on Instagram (like Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and most recently Meek Mill) for taking a plea deal in the YSL RICO case, Flex praised Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel, Fetty Wap, Boosie Badazz, and Young Thug as the last of a dying breed of rappers who don’t give statements to the police.
Flex wants 6ix9ine’s musical comeback to occur this Thursday on his primetime show so he may drop bombs on a new record, as he has been hinting at it for some time.
Flex has released singles with a number of 6ix9ine’s rivals… His new co-sign could have interesting impact on the timeline this week, including Bobby, Rowdy, and even the late King Von, to name a few.