(AllHipHop News) Celebrated radio personality Angie Martinez’s decision to leave Hot 97 and join rival station Power 105 apparently has not caused a temporary ceasefire in the ongoing war between the two stations. In fact, two of the central stars of the respective channels are already back throwing shots at each other.
Hot’s DJ Funkmaster Flex continued his personal beef with Power’s DJ Envy via Instagram. Flex posted a picture of a cease-and-desist letter from Envy’s attorney. The picture included the caption:
McGruff the Snitch aka lil power ranger always talking to police and lawyers sending over paperwork!!! #stoptalkingtopolice
Envy then used his Instagram page to refute Flex’s charges of him being a snitch. He uploaded the same letter and added the following statement with the post:
Now this is a Cease & Desist…. Full letter… No snitching, no police, no statements… this is a letter to a business… Stopping a coward from lying and making up stories… Any TRUE Dad or HUSBAND would do the same… Chess not checkers… @djfunkflexYour a lying, worthless, jealous, pathetic, old man… we all know your going thru a lot.. But lying is not the answer.. You have been in this business to long to go out like a b####!!! You are 55 years old acting like a child… Be truthful with yourself bruh.. you are killing your legacy… We know your not tough, your not a thug, no fists, no gunplay just a man that likes to DJ… Be that man… We are excited Angie is part of the team and will continue to celebrate that…. I will not respond to your shenanigans again… Lights Out!!!
Envy and Flex have been engaging in a back-and-forth for years. Flex also had issues with Envy’s Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne Tha God. Using his “Donkey of the Day” segment in 2011, Charlamagne labeled his rival “Flex Hogan.” Envy referred to allegations Flex was physically abusive toward women during the DOTD as well.
The Funk Flex/Breakfast Club feud was ignited when the morning show covered Hot 97 DJ Mr. Cee being involved in transsexual sex scandal that same year. Flex took offense to the way his friend was depicted and called out the people “over there in that building.”