Treach Drops Violent Funkmaster Flex Diss Following 2Pac Comments: ‘You Got A Date With Death’
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Naughty By Nature rhymer Treach is still feeling some type of way after Funkmaster Flex criticized Tupac Shakur for purportedly lying about his 1994 shooting at Quad Studios in New York. Treach released a vicious diss song attacking the Hot 97 radio personality for his viral rant against the late rapper.
For those who don’t know, Treach was a dear friend to 2Pac when he was alive. So the New Jersey native didn’t like Funk Flex remarks about ‘Pac and vowed to defend his legacy. On the Funkmaster Flex diss song, “Whooh,” Treach threatens the legendary DJ with bodily harm.
“Death to his soul his turntables and motherf—ing old stinkin’ ass grandparents,” he seethed. “Now you got a date with death from a Naughty n—- that’s shootin’ ya.”
“Ain’t nobody scare of you holmes / We speaking now ‘til you can’t speak no more / Sucking on your own blood that leaking now,” he adds.
While we understand Treach’s anger towards Funk Flex, we don’t want anyone to get hurt. It’s okay to disagree, but let’s not take it to the next level and start bringing violence into the equation.
Funkmaster Flex has not yet responded to Treach’s diss song but we are quite sure that Flex will address it in his own unique way.
Get your popcorn ready.