Bow Wow and Funkmaster Flex Are Going a It

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Bow Wow and Funkmaster Flex Are Going a It

And so the war begins...

Published December 14, 2016

It looks like New York’s radio vet Funkmaster Flex and Bow Wow woke up on the wrong side of their keyboards on Wednesday morning (Dec. 14).

Per usual, Twitter is front row and center. 

It all begin when Funkmaster Flex randomly took a shot at what he determined as Bow’s dwindling rap career, topping it with some shade at his current music.

“FYI — Bow Wow is f**king finished out here!,” Flex tweeted. “FACTS! His records is trash. Basura!”

A few fans followed up Flex’s harsh words for the rapper as well, claiming that Bow has “been trash since 06.” Though Flex posted the tweet on Tuesday night (Dec. 13), it didn’t take long for the “Fresh Azimiz” rapper to catch up with the Twitter chatter, with him throwing a few 140-character jabs back at the DJ.

“Only DJ at 6 pm I acknowledge is DJ Clue,” Bow tweeted, but not before hosting a poll for the Twitter community in which he asked, “Are New Yorkers tired of Funk Flex on Hot 97?” Bow made the shade for Funkmaster Flex inescapable on the Twitter poll too, using “Yes” and “I don’t know who that is” as the only two options to answer the survey.

He followed up with a throwback pic of Flex, who he called a “fake screaming DJ,” and hashtagged it “#FireFunkFlex.”

Still, the New York City DJ showed recognition for the clapback and retweeted all of the shade anyway. Considering that the dust of Drake and Flex’s beef still hasn’t settled, Bow Weezy made sure to throw in a quick dig in favor of Drizzy also.

But in the most short-lived Twitter beef ever, Mr. Shad Moss handed Flex over "to the people" and quickly abandoned anymore of the bickering — for now, we assume.

Welp. Guess we know whose music won’t be getting Hot 97 radio play after 6 p.m. anymore.

Check out the Twitter tiff below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos from left: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for Showtime, Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

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