Funkmaster Flex upset a number of people earlier this month, when he mocked Tupac over his 1994 Quad Studios shooting in NYC — including rap veterans Treach and Spice 1, both of whom were close friends of Pac.
Treach (of Naughty by Nature fame) was the first to come to the defense of the late rapper, threatening Funkmaster Flex on Instagram before taking it to the studio.
Following an initial song called “Whoooh Ruff”, Treach has dropped a yet another called “2 Guns & Roses”, taking aim at not only Flex, but also Game’s manager Wack 100, who has made some controversial statements about Tupac on social media over the last several weeks.
Things are heating up too. Treach has been saying he’s in Los Angeles looking to fight Wack 100, who has been out of town, but responded last night with threats and some serious disrespect. Woah!
In addition to Treach, Bay Area rap vet Spice 1 came to Tupac’s defense. First, he threatened to fly to NYC and slap Funkmaster Flex before delivering a diss over Tupac’s classic “Hit ‘Em Up”.
“First off, f*ck boy Flex and his fake ass name / Talking down on my dead homie to gain his own fame / F*ck, f*ck boy Flex, I’m the Flexcapicator / And, the next n*gga that flex, be the next I massacre,” Spice 1 spits on the track.
While Wack 100 has gone back-n-forth with Treach on social media, Funkmaster Flex seems to be ignoring the whole thing. Last week, he did address Treach’s first diss track, essentially brushing it off as a “slow news day”.