Apparently, even if that means taking one of Diddy’s enlightening messages for new hip-hop artists and using it as ammo against the Queens femcee.
Puff gave his Instagram followers and the newly emerging rap generation a piece of advice about the current oversaturation in hip-hop. He said that it’s all “too much,” especially when artists’ biting off of one another causes too much repetition. Puff would never crush anyone’s dreams, he continued, but he definitely doesn’t want to see the culture take a hit from it.
Puff’s encouragement of originality and creativity must have sparked a light bulb in Flex’s head, and he decided to make the message a little more specific.
“Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!! So many wack f**king rappers out here!!!!!” he commented. “If u think a rapper is wack @ them right now!!! @diddy/ciroc.”
Flex helped himself to the duty first, tagging Oakland rapper G-Eazy, recent juvenile arrestee Lil Pump and, of course, Nicki. He may not have gotten the memo that she’s been M.I.A. on social media since the start of 2018, so per usual, he shouldn’t be expecting a response from her.
The Barbz won’t have an issue reminding him of that, though.
See more Nicki shade from Flex, and by way of Puff, in the post below.
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