Thursday, November 25, 2010

The Outlawz Drop "Warning Shots" Aimed At Funkmaster Flex

The Outlawz have dropped a scathing diss record aimed at Funkmaster Flex, after the popular New York radio host made controversial remarks about late rapper Tupac Shakur.

The new song, titled, "Warning Shots", is a 3:52 second record against Funk Flex, after footage of the Hot 97 radio host surfaced late sharing his opinion on Tupac Shakur on the stage.

"F**k n**gas sucking Tupac's d**k. I don't suck Tupac's d**k. Make some noise if you miss f**king Biggie Smalls!"
Funkmaster Flex during a clip of a show that surfaced on YouTube.com. Earlier this week, Funkmaster Flex clarified his remarks about Tupac Shakur during his popular New York show and defended his position about Tupac.
"Let me be the first one to say not only do I respect his music, I respect what he put down," Funkmaster Flex said. "I respect the records he made, the records he sold, his positive energy in the beginning, the great records he made and I know how passionate he was about his music."

Flex further stated that although he respected Tupac Shakur's legacy, he still felt that Pac brought a negative energy to Hip-Hop while he was alive.

Funkmaster Flex's clarification obviously wasn't good enough for The Outlawz, who label Funkmaster Flex a "mutt," "p**sy" and a "queer" accusing the DJ of pay-for-play.

"What he was saying on stage that night that was stirring up more of that negative energy," E.D.I. recently told XXL Magazine. "So I don't know what he was trying to accomplish by doing that. I really feel like he was just playin' to the crowd...because you can't say you don't like his negative energy when that's all you doing is stirring it back up."

The song ends with a clip of Tupac dissing Funkmaster Flex.

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