In order to understand how we got to this point, you need to backtrack all the way to the beginning of this week when Rouge declared herself the best rapper in the game. We're not entertaining that argument here (although it's clearly one that's divided opinion) but you might recall that one person who weight in with his opinion on the matter was rapper AKA.
Kiernan spoke at great lengths about how beef would be good for female rap, but when people accused him of trying to pit women against one another he made it clear that he wasn't asking anybody to fight, but rather promoting a healthy competitive spirit between female rappers.
Enter Flex Rabanyan.
The Vuzu The Hustle winner came in hard and accused AKA of being a hypocrite when he pointed out that AKA himself once suggested that Reason should slap him. This would have been after the two clashed on social media and Flex hit back by recording a diss track aimed at both Reason and his baby mama, Loot Love.
AKA tried to explain that the reason why he gave Reason the advice was because Flex made it personal by roping family into what should have been a war of words between two rappers.
At this point Flex lost it. He said, "How was I out of line for defending my PRIDE AS A MAN? How can a guy who doesn’t have even 200k views on ONE video teach ME how to be great?"
As the timeline continued to home in on him, Flex tried his best to defend his legacy when he said:
Somehow, a discussion about female rappers became a PR exercise for Flex although we're not sure if he did anything to enhance his reputation.
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