Funkmaster Flex, who is NOTORIOUS lately for his rants and calling people out on air, resumed his regular scheduled program of ripping people on. Here is the audio from Funkmaster Flex’s show on Hot 97 where he took shots at Power 105′s The Breakfast Club. He goes in on, His Father, Angela Yee and DJ Envy. Has Flex gone too far?? Audio after the jump.
Some footage has leaked of Funkmaster Flex publicly dissing Tupac. People are trying to play it down by saying it is throwback footage, but the fact is he talks about missing Biggie, and considering B.I.G. died after ‘Pac, throwback or not this was done out of taste when ‘Pac had already passed. Not cool. Looks very recent to me too, so let’s call it what it is — fucked up.
The Outlawz have already recorded a response called “Warning Shots”…
DOWNLOAD: Outlawz – Warning Shots
If you don’t know who Huddy is, chances are your favorite rapper knew him. He was a staple in the New York Hip-Hop scene, from his days with Nas and Big L to the Diplomats and the current Dipset reunion, Huddy was in the middle of it all. He passed away last night in a car accident after leaving Club Perfection after a night partying with Cam’ron.
REST IN PEACE HUDDY.
Check out this article from MTV that says it better than I can, and then head over to MissInfo for some personal memories and dedication.
You know how the saying goes, the good die young. And today the hip-hop community, specifically New York City, mourns the loss of one of it’s soldiers in the battlefield.
Early yesterday morning (October 13th) Harlem World’s very own Andre Hudson, aka, Huddy Combs, aka Huddy 6 was returning from his beloved city en route to New Jersey when his vehicle struck a tractor trailer killing him. Hudson was accompanied by a female passenger who was taken to a local Jersey medical hospital where her condition remains unknown.
Huddy’s name rang bells throughout hip-hop circles for years thanks to his close association with childhood friends Cam’ron and Mase. Huddy got his biggest shout out on the hook to Cam and Mase’s “Horse & Carriage” but Huddy’s bigger claim to fame aside from his stint in the Harlem World group that spawned a full-length album was being credited for saving Cam’ron’s life back in 2005. Huddy was sitting in the passenger seat of Cam’s Lamborghini when an unknown man walked up to the vehicle and fired two shots hitting Cam in his arm. According to Cam, it was Huddy who quickly directed him to a nearby hospital.
Following news of his death, family, friends and fans remembered the man who they said embodied Harlem “R.I.P. HUDDY 6,” Juelz Santana wrote. “SMFH if u don’t or didn’t know who he was jus know this, he was HARLEM!!!!” “Huddy Combs…@hud6 ..God Bless! Harlem lost a good 1” Diddy tweeted. Hot 97 disc jockey Funkmaster Flex dedicated his entire radio slot to Huddy playing hours worth of Diplomats music. Diplomats members Freekey Zeekey and Duke Da God also shared their sentiments over the loss of their friend “Huddy Combs R.I.P my dear brother. Love you forever bro. @hud6” Duke tweeted. “Life is short so come2 amends w/family& Friends who ur n conflict with..U may never get a chance2 rekindle the Love&partnership RIP HUDDY6″ said Zeke via Twitter.
Rest in peace Huddy Combs … one of NYC’s forever shining stars.
UPDATE: Here are some videos from the memorial held for Huddy.
So Funkmaster Flex celebrated his birthday by throwing a show at the Webster Hall in New York. Fat Joe rocked a performance and brought out French Montana. I guess Jim Jones was in attendance as well because all of a sudden Montana and crew were rained on by ice, beverages and bottles.
Fat Joe speaks about the situation here.