DJ Funkmaster Flex Was ‘Awake’ During Liposuction!
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DJ Funkmaster Flex recently went under the knife and was “awake” during the entire procedure!

Monday on Instagram, the rapper and record producer, born Aston George Taylor Jr., posted a graphic video of him getting liposuction on his lower stomach, armpit, sides and back.

“Today I took a step I always wanted to try! @elitebodysculpture works on those hard areas... lower stomach, arm pit sides and back fat!” the Hot 97 radio host wrote in the caption.

However, the DJ — who also goes by “Flex” and “Funk Flex” — said there was “no anesthesia” and that he was “awake the entire time!”

“I really enjoyed it!” Funk Flex wrote, adding, “Home now sore alittle able to go back to work tomorrow!”

When musician Metalecalec asked Flex if it hurt, he responded, “didn’t hurt at all!”

Per Page Six, the DJ also livestreamed the procedure.

After the video went viral, several Twitter users pointed out that the song in the background was “Ice Cream” by Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon.

“Funk Flex getting Lipo with Wu Tang playing in the background is the most wildest ---- I seen all year,” one Twitter user wrote.

“Funkmaster Flex casually getting Lipo while listening to Wu Tang in what seems to be his house is... On-brand for pandemic twitter/IG circa 2020,” a commenter said.

“Can somebody tell me why Wu-Tang was playing so damn loud in that Funk Flex lipo video?” another asked.

WATCH the crazy clip HERE!

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