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Kid Capri Says Beef With Funkmaster Flex Is Squashed
Kid Capri Breaks Down Funk Flex Beef And The Unwritten Rules Of DJing
Source: YouTube / The Breakfast Club

Kid Capri Says Beef With Funkmaster Flex Is Squashed

"It was squashed the moment he spent five hours and said he didn't wanna battle," the mixtape legend said of his beef with the Hot 97 DJ.

Kid Capri has spoken out against Funkmaster Flex in a new interview with The Breakfast Club. The DJs have been going back and forth on social media for the past two weeks with the beef reaching a high point when the latter said that the former had "fell off."

READ: Funkmaster Flex Takes Offense To Cardi B Calling Herself "King of New York"

"Now you made it personal," Kid said. "I kept it DJ...who're you to judge somebody and say they fell or they didn't this or they didn't do that, because when that person come back you done woke up a humble beast."

Kid then goes on to talk about how he feels Flex talks down on people, particularly the younger generation of rappers.

"I done watched him talk about dead people, I done watched him talk about kids, I just watched him — after the whole pressure I put on him — talk about Cardi B, a pregnant woman," the DJ said. "This is a pregnant woman! Let's take the Rap out of it, the business out of it, this is a pregnant human being that's doing her thing on top of that and then she's [also] from the Bronx."

Recently, Flex took offense to Cardi B referring to herself as the "King of New York."

"Hahaha! A below average rapper that doesn't write could never be King or Queen of NY," the DJ tweeted. Cardi ended up responding to Flex, taking to Instagram to say:

"Why can't I feel like I'm the King of New York? Every time I go to my city, people cheer me on and show so much support and it has nothing to do with this rapping."