Treach Defends Tupac, Slams Funkmaster Flex In Diss Track, “Whoooh”

Treach had a few words to say about Funkmaster Flex, whose name has been in the news as of late for his comments about Tupac allegedly fabricating his 1994 shooting story.

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In order to defend Tupac’s name, Treach released a diss track aimed at Flex titled “Whoooh.” In the less-than-a-minute song, the Naughty By Nature rapper threatens the DJ, with comments like “Death to his soul, his turntables and motherf**king old stinkin’ a** grandparents/ ‘Cause they old a**es had a orgy with Lucifer/Now you got a date with death from a Naughty n***a that’s shootin’ ya.”

According to TMZ, Treach said that Funk Flex is “banned worldwide” for his comments about the deceased rapper. Pac and Treach had a close relationship, and their relationship is featured in the upcoming Tupac biopic, All Eyez On Me, which will be released Jun. 16.

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Flex tried to clear up some confusion about his statements on Instagram Live regarding Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G., which ended up turning into a crying and screaming fest which was mocked by the comedian Mike Epps.