Funkmaster Flex Says He's Ready To Move On From His Beef With Lil Yachty

By Daryl Nelson

Just a few days after he dissed Lil Yachty on the radio, Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex said he's ready to move on.

He conveyed that want in a recent Facebook post, and he let the Atlanta rapper know that he harbors no ill feelings towards him and just wants him to respect the Notorious B.I.G.

If you missed it, Lil Boat said Biggie was overrated last month, which of course caused a huge stir on the Internet.

My brother @lilyachty it's love... let's move on... #NotoriousBig thing took me to a bad place... I'm sure you would want us to respect who you grew up listening to... just asking u to respect the B.I.G ...... I'm not saying you craft is bad... bars is equal ( not less than your craft ) I wish u more success but just ask u to do alitte homework... I'm guilty myself about saying things about PAC I maybe should have said but I did learn from my experience.... I see u not taking it personal so I won't also... love... we move forward

A video posted by FunkFlex (@funkflex) on

In addition, the longtime DJ and radio personality backtracked on his comments about Yachty not being a good rapper and said he actually respects his craft.

Flex didn't extend a peace offering to Bow Wow, however, who was at the center of his recent rant, but that may change in the near future.

You can read the New York DJ's Facebook post below, as well as some comments. So far Yachty hasn't responded. But his last response to Flex was pretty good.

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