Future is on the May cover of GQ magazine and he isn’t holding anything back!
They are calling him “The Best Rapper Alive” but most women think of him as “He fine af but he toxic so ima have to leave that one alone”.
The thing is!
Future is tired of ya’ll and he is addressing the toxicity thing once and for all!
According to Vulture If Future’s an expert in something — besides the slurred Atlanta trap style he perfected over the past decade — it’s toxicity.
“Bitches” are among the man’s favorite topics to rap about, and the real-life evidence bears out, including his seven children with seven different women.
Even GQ acknowledged it’s his “trademark” in a new cover proclaiming Future the “Best Rapper Alive” ahead of his new, yet-untitled album out April 29.
So let’s hear the man out on what he knows best.
“People have their own definition of what toxic is,” Future told the magazine. “[These women] all were toxic to me. They just don’t want to admit it.”
Future said he’s been “living and growing,” and his new album is going to reflect that.
It’s “about sometimes having an open heart, handling everybody with open arms, man.” But that can have its consequences, he continued.
“Sometimes people out there try to make you seem like the suspect,” he said. “Really, you are the victim.”
His perspective is interesting, and we wanted to let him finish but then Julia Fox’s question during his GQ sit down had us slightly confused.
I’m really lost lol pic.twitter.com/3qBpdr4kcV
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) April 19, 2022
and then there is this gem:
Druski wants to know if Future is talking to his girl pic.twitter.com/aQAuUTzuLv
— Piñata Farms ? (@pinatafarms) April 19, 2022
At this point, we all must accept that Future is who he is and as we anticipate his new album GQ gave some insight into his creative side. He said, toxicity is just part of his art and that he loves hard in real life.
“Putting this project together is just people understanding that I love hard….Probably love the hardest. I wanted to showcase my skills as far as melodies and topics and being vulnerable.”
He also shared that Drake helps bring out his creative side.
“Anytime we work in the studio, the level, the energy—we’re trying to perfect this shit but still stay raw, still stay gritty, and still be moving at the speed of the universe….It’s something that you have to work at, but it’s something that you have to find too.”
“Me and Kanye always had a relationship….It’s hard for people to understand because I don’t put everything on Instagram.
People don’t know I’ve been able to go to his house, and pull up right into the crib. We just never talked about it.”
He also shared that he has been writing for Kanye for years without receiving any credit.
“Sometimes not getting credit when you write with him because the love of the art is…I want it to be right.
Just being able to create and put those textures over different music, and being involved with something like that.”
“And then later down the line in a priceless moment, him saying what he said on Drink Champs. The value of that statement.
The value of the relationship as it continues to grow, the value of just treating people like they are priceless, instead of treating people like they got a dollar sign on them every time.”
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Read his entire interview here.