A lot of people are really questioning the reason why this is surfacing so many years after 2Pac’s death,” Crooked I said. “It’s straight up disrespectful. The man is in his grave, and his mother is active in hip-hop. She don’t wanna hear anybody speaking on her son like that–especially over things that happened years ago. I watched it several times, because I really couldn’t believe somebody as powerful as Flex would speak on 2Pac like that in public…I think the days of us not being able to support both artists are over. I can like Biggie and ‘Pac at the same time. I think the days of that being a divide are finished. It should be over.”
Here is what Original Outlaw member and Pac protegé Hussein Fatal expressed his frustrations toward the outspoken radio host.
“Who cares about what Flex says,” the rapper told XXL. “He’s a f*cking mut, his drivin’ sh*t was weak, he look like a fat midget with lil’ titties, nobody cares about him.”
Me Personally Was, and still is a huge fan of both artists but, I’ve always leaned more towards Tupac though, it may have to do with the body of work or simply put Pac just had more emotion in his music, not to say BIG did not, but that’s just my opinion and I do feel Flex was a lil bogus.