New York radio veteran Funk Flex is having a tough time feeling sympathy for Jussie Smollett. The hip-hop personality has reacted to the now-controversial “Empire” star swearing to his cast about not setting up last month’s attack.

Last night, Flex went to Instagram and shared his disbelief in Jussie not taking responsibility for his alleged staged incident.

After posting bond yesterday, Jussie reportedly returned to the “Empire” set and apologized for the craziness.

Sources on the “Empire” set tell us the cast and crew were waiting at least 30 minutes for Jussie to begin the scheduled scene. When he eventually showed his face he was very emotional, and surrounded by his family. We’re told he addressed everyone on set, saying …”I’m sorry I’ve put you all through this and not answered any calls. I wanted to say I’m sorry and, you know me, I would never do this to any of you, you are my family. I swear to God, I did not do this.” (TMZ)

After turning himself in early Thursday, Smollett posted bond and is expected to return to court next month.

“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett appeared in court Thursday after surrendering to authorities in the early morning on one felony count of disorderly conduct for filing a false police report. The judge set Smollett’s bond at $100,000. He posted bond and was released from custody shortly before 4 p.m. Smollett did not speak as he left the Cook County Jail, and was blocked from the crush of media and cameras by a large bodyguard, whose shoulders he held onto. (ABC 7 Chicago)

Former G-Unit member Game and 50 Cent invested a ton of energy yesterday into trolling Jussie’s situation.