Future Would Shoot His Shot At Beyoncé If He Wasn’t Cool With JAY-Z
Future‘s been busy as of late, and one of latest guest verses hears him make a bold claim in relation to Beyoncé despite his relationship with JAY-Z.
The Freebandz leader has teamed up with Real Boston Richey on his “Bullseye 2” track, and after previously blessing the Atlanta rapper with an FBG chain, Future has detailed his thoughts on not only hollering at Beyoncé but also being able to sleep with his ex-fiancée, Ciara.
“If my n-gga wasn’t Jigga, I’m the type to go after B,” he raps. “And I still smash on C, I got two-fifth on me, like the quarterback of the Chiefs, I’m in the field wit’ no cleats.”
Check out the video for “Bullseye 2” below:
Hov and Future’s relationship has been off and on for several years. After Hov utilized a line on 2017’s “Kill JAY-Z” citing Russell Wilson and Future’s relationship, Future made sure to reach out to the billionaire mogul and firmly set the record straight.
“With JAY-Z, when I talked to him, he was like ‘I didn’t mean to say that. I didn’t mean it like that,’” Future said. “I was just like, ‘You supposed to be bigging up the rap community. You need to let the NFL deal with the NFL. You supposed to be bigging up me if anything. We come from the trenches.”
Since then, the two have been on relatively good terms, with Future making bold proclamations toward his status in the streets compared to Hov and agreeing he could take him in a mythical Verzuz matchup.
In other Future news, the ATLien appears on two new tracks from DJ Khaled’s new album GOD DID.
The We The Best boss dropped off his 13th studio album on Friday (August 26) and bolstered an impressive roster of guests, including Eminem, Kanye West, Rick Ross, City Girls, 21 Savage, Lil Baby and a slew of others. The album is expected to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with roughly 105,000 to 115,000 total album equivalent units sold in its first week.
Future features on the R&B ballad “BEAUTIFUL” alongside SZA, and “BIG TIME” with Lil Baby.
Future topped the Billboard 200 earlier this year with his ninth LP I Never Liked You, which notched 222,000 units in its first week — the biggest debut of 2022 at the time. Lead by the No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit “Wait For U,” the album has since achieved over a million sales in the U.S.