Gillie Da King and Wallo 267 continue to knock it out the park with their Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast. On the latest episode, legendary DJ and radio personality Funkmaster Flex stopped by the show.
Flex and Gillie recently had a conversation on Instagram live where Flex claimed he thought Drake was a better rapper than Jay-Z:
“He’s too versatile, his melodies, he has the bars, and he had the songs,” Flex said. “If those reference tracks had never happened, Drake would have been my favorite artist of all time… He would have surpassed JAY-Z in my book. If there was no reference [tracks].”
When asked to clarify his comments on whether he thinks Drake is the greatest rapper of all time and Flex once again said “yes”.
Now fast forward to the recent conversation on Million Dollaz Worth of Game. Gillie and Flex had this exchange:
“You said some crazy shit on Youtube Flex, on my live and then 800,000 motherfuckers took that shit to Youtube and social media. Now that you had time to think about the dumb shit that you said, now that you’ve had to sleep on it, see all the comments. Do you feel like you was talking on the fly or do you feel like you was talking off the handle a little bit, do you wanna…”
Flex doubled down once again:
“I believe if the reference tracks didn’t come out that Drake would be considered the greatest rapper.”
“Jay-Z is number one on my list, recently passed Biggie. If not for the reference tracks, once you bring reference tracks to me in to the fold, and you are not the person who wrote some of your things and you were saying to me you wrote some of your things, you become a great entertainer not a lyricist.”
Gillie then questioned how the rap game, which mirrors street culture can be lead by an R&B rapper. To which Flex defensively replies: