In recent social media buzz, DJ Funk Flex has hinted at a possible exclusion of Latto’s latest single, “Sunday Service,” from his radio show playlist, citing his allegiance to Ice Spice.
Taking to Instagram on February 7th, Funk Flex shared screenshots of a text exchange with Kevin Valentini, also known as Inca, a representative of Latto’s record label, RCA Records.
Valentini informed Flex about the upcoming release of “Sunday Service” and seemingly sought his endorsement.
In response, Flex expressed hesitation, stating, “I don’t know if I can play that, my brother! I’m from the Bronx!”
In his caption, Flex humorously declared his unwavering support for Ice Spice, indicating a potential conflict of interest in promoting Latto’s music: “HAD TO LET @INCA_NY/@RCARECORDS KNOW THAT I AM THE PRESIDENT OF THE ICE SPICE FAN CLUB! PLUS I’M FROM THE BRONX! 😂”
The exchange has stirred speculation about a possible feud between Flex and Latto, with Flex’s allegiance to Ice Spice potentially influencing his radio playlist decisions.
This development adds an intriguing layer to the dynamic between DJs and artists within the music industry, as personal preferences and affiliations intersect with professional responsibilities.