Funkmaster Flex has been known to ruffle some rappers' feathers and he's especially critical of the younger generation of rappers at times. But it looks like he's ended his beef with one of the leaders of the new school who he previously had problems with, Lil Pump.

On Saturday night (Dec. 29), Flex revealed the news on Instagram, relaying that he and Jet Ski had talked out their differences and all is good.

"We spoke," the Hot 97 DJ wrote in the caption of a photo of himself and Pump. "I respect he waited around till after my set with good words.. I was honest with him on how a felt about his music... he carried himself well and took it like a gentleman! love! @lilpump (I told u I would post the pic) I could tell he didn’t believe I would!!! @aliviacaba I’m good with one of your favorites now!!!"

Issues initially rose between the two back in February when Flex went on one of his fiery social media rants and called out the "Gucci Gang" rhymer as being a wack rapper. He also called out G-Eazy, Lil Yachty and Nicki Minaj.

This is at least the second beef Pump has put to bed this year. Back in May, he and J. Cole had issues after Pump felt the North Carolina rapper dissed him on the track "1985 (Intro to the Fall Off)." They eventually made peace.

Check out Funkmaster Flex's post announcing the end of his beef with Lil Pump below.

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