Treach Drops Funkmaster Flex Diss Track in Defense of Tupac

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After Funkmaster Flex mocked Tupac over his infamous 1994 Quad Studios shooting earlier this month, the late rapper’s friend Treach delivers a diss track for the DJ.

In a rant on Instagram, Flex essentially blamed Pac for the Notorious B.I.G.’s death, claiming that Pac’s public war with Biggie over the shooting led to his death.

Treach took it upon himself to defend his fallen friend, going on the attack with a scathing diss track titled “Whoooh”.

“Death to his soul, his turntables and motherf*cking old stinkin’ ass grandparents / ‘Cause they old asses had a orgy with Lucifer / Now you got a date with death from a Naughty n*gga that’s shootin’ ya,” he raps on the track.

According to TMZ, Treach is declaring that Flex has been “banned worldwide” for disrespecting the dead, while adding: “Who the f*ck is any DJ to talk about anybody who made your career by making hits for you to play? All you do is spin records, you dirty bag of ashy elbows!”