Future has been busy lately, and in one of his most recent guest verses, he claims something big about Beyoncé despite his relationship with JAY-Z.
The founder of Freebandz collaborated with Real Boston Richey on the song “Bullseye 2,” and after previously bestowing an FBG chain upon the Atlanta rapper, Future shared his thoughts on being free to shout at Beyoncé as well as have sex with his ex-fiancée, Ciara.
He raps, “If my n-gga wasn’t Jigga, I’m the kind to go after B. And I’m still smashing on C, I’ve got two-fifths on me, and I’m on the field without cleats like the Chiefs quarterback.
The relationship between Hov and Future has been on and off for a while. Russell Wilson and Future’s relationship was mentioned in a lyric in Hov’s 2017 song “Kill JAY-Z,” so Future made sure to get in touch with the billionaire tycoon and forcefully correct the record.
“When I spoke to Jay-Z, he said, ‘I didn’t mean to say that. Future remarked, “I didn’t intend it that way. “You supposed to be bigging up the rap community, I was just like. You should let the NFL handle the NFL’s business. You ought to be praising me, if anything. We are veterans of the trenches.
Since then, the two have maintained a cordial relationship, with Future asserting his superiority over Hov in the streets and admitting he could defeat Hov in a fictitious Verzuz bout.
The ATLien also makes two new appearances on DJ Khaled’s latest album, GOD DID.
On Friday (August 26), the head of We The Best released his 13th studio album, which featured a long list of notable guests, including Eminem, Kanye West, Rick Ross, City Girls, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, and many more. The album is anticipated to sell between 105,000 and 115,000 total album equivalent units in its first week, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Both “BIG TIME” with Lil Baby and the R&B ballad “BEAUTIFUL” with SZA feature Future.
I Never Liked You, Future’s ninth studio album, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 earlier this year with 222,000 units sold in its first week, which at the time was the highest debut of 2022. The album has subsequently sold more than a million copies in the United States, led by the No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 smash “Wait For U.”