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Funkmaster Flex has earned the best to examine artists as he sees match contemplating his OG standing within the recreation, however in doing so he known as out certainly one of Hip-Hop’s largest stars in Cardi B. Flex wasn’t feeling Bardi rapping that she was the “King of New York” on a featured verse on Lil Yachty’s latest observe, prompting Cardi to declare herself the “Emperor of New York” full with a lampshade crown.
“Hahaha! A under common rapper that doesn’t write may by no means be King or Queen of NY! #JustMyOpinion BIGGIE/JAYZ/NAS BUILT THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THAT TITLE,” Flex tweeted Friday afternoon (July 6).
The tweet appeared to be a jab at Cardi B’s verse on Lil Yachty’s “Who Need The Smoke” that includes she and her husband Offset the place she raps, “The fur on my shoulder mink/ Inform me what Hov would assume/ I get cash, I’m the king of New York/ And I rock a sew-in weave.”
Cardi, by no means one to again down from responding to her critics, posted two Instagram movies to her feed with out saying Flex’s identify nevertheless it was apparent who she was going at.
Within the first clip, Cardi explains she’s not referring to her standing as a rapper, however for the help she will get in her hometown. Within the second, she hilariously dons a lampshade to declare herself “emperor” of town that by no means sleeps and addresses the longstanding subject of raccoons within the hood.
Take a look at the movies under. Hit the flip to listen to Lil Yachty’s “Who Need The Smoke” joint.