Funk Master Flex Threatens to Ruin Jay Z, Cam’Ron & Jim Jones Release Diss

Rucuss staffJanuary 18, 2015

Funkmaster Flex has had enough with Jay Z.

And to make it perfectly clear, the Hot 97 DJ aired out his frustrations about Jay his website, Life+Times and The 40/40 Club during a rant on his radio show. It all began when Flex shared a story of the time he was approached for an interview by the Jay Z-owned site. Flex received the email prior to the launch of Jay Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail album and app launch.

“Couple of years ago, I dropped that DJ Funk Flex app, I get an email from a writer at Life+Times,” Flex explained. “They want to talk to me about my digital involvement and write a story. First of all, I salute the person who wanted to write the story. I appreciate the love, but bruh I’ma tell you something. I peeped back then when they used a writer back then that did not work for the magazine, excuse me, the website. And that website is trash by the way. And I figured I’d say trash so you could take me serious where I’m going. They do this interview after I drop my app, asking me a lot of key questions about apps. Building apps, how, why, how’d you launch it, but all of that didn’t get put in the story though. A lot of that information got put into that new Jay Z app. But I was good with that. I ate that. Everybody’s out here hustling.”

Now fast forward to the present. Flex claims he received a new email from Life+Times, where they wanted to interview him about his involvement in the Dipset reunion.

Flex also labeled the website ‘trash.’ He later explained that he planned on letting his grievances with Life + Times go, but was recently approached by the publication about his involvement with the Dipset reunion.

“I get an email today from the Life + Times website,”Flex said. “Your website is trash by the way. Doing no numbers, zero…We fast-forward to today. My assistant gets an email. ‘We would like to do a story about your involvement in the Dipset reunion’…You know my involvement…I don’t understand how somebody can ask me from that site about my involvement in the Dipset reunion. But when I used to go out to the 40/40 I was told not to play any Dipset records. I’m so confused.”

Later, Flex posted a photo of a text Jay allegedly sent him. He threatened more on-air accusations via his radio show. The text read “This is HOV.”

“Really? After calling private for hours you texting with CAPITAL letters????? This guy thinks it 1997 ????” Flex relayed in the post’s caption. “Tomorrow 7pm I got this???? I see you need a tune up and lesson in respect!!!!!”

Meanwhile Cam’Ron and Jim Jones release Jay Z diss. Listen to the song below.


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