Hip hop superstar Future is in a world of trouble with Black women all over social media. In a snippet from his new track, the rapper appears to fire shots at his ex-girlfriend Ciara. And what’s more, Future made some disrespectful remarks about former First Lady Michelle Obama.
And the song leaked on Michelle Obama’s birthday too. Michelle turned 59 years young yesterday.
The song, which is a collaboration with Lil Durk has Future rapping the following lyrics:
Soon as I trap out, I go hit the dealer
Soon as I sell out, I go hit the jeweler
You know I hit it, she’s draped in designer,
If I get a call from Michelle Obama
F***ing that cougar same age as my mama
F*** all that bulls*** go F*** on Ciara
Black Twitter is in an uproar over Future’s lyrics. Many of the tweeters are upset that after all these years – Pluto still has Ciara’s NAME IN HIS MOUTH. Ciara has long since moved on from Future, and is happily married to hundred million dollar NFL superstar Russel Wilson.
And even more on Black Twitter are upset that Future made crude comments about one of the most respected women in the world, Michelle Obama. And on her birthday no less . . .
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Future signed a recording contract with A1 Recordings and Epic Records in 2011, and released the albums Pluto (2012) and Honest (2014), which contained the platinum singles “Turn On the Lights”, “Honest”, “Move That Dope” (featuring Pharrell Williams and Pusha T), and “I Won” (featuring Kanye West). He then achieved critical and commercial success with DS2 (2015) and its singles “Fuck Up Some Commas” and “Where Ya At” (featuring Drake), and followed it up with Evol (2016) and its lead single “Low Life” (featuring The Weeknd). Future’s eponymous fifth album and its successor Hndrxx (both 2017) made him the first artist in history to debut two albums in consecutive weeks atop the US Billboard 200; the former contained the international hits “Used to This” (featuring Drake) and “Mask Off”.
After departing A1, Future released the albums The Wizrd (2019) and High Off Life (2020), which featured the RIAA certified Diamond single “Life Is Good” (featuring Drake). In 2021, Future achieved his first number-one single on the Hot 100 after a record-breaking 125 entries after featuring with Young Thug on Drake’s “Way 2 Sexy”. The album I Never Liked You (2022) spawned his second number-one hit, “Wait for U”, which also became his highest charting single as a lead artist.
Future released the mixtapes Beast Mode (with Zaytoven), 56 Nights, and What a Time to Be Alive (with Drake) in 2015; the latter included the song “Jumpman”. He released the full-length collaborative projects Super Slimey (2017) with Young Thug, Wrld on Drugs (2018) with Juice Wrld, and Pluto x Baby Pluto (2020) with Lil Uzi Vert. Among the best selling musicians, Future’s accolades include a Grammy Award at the 61st Grammy Awards for Best Rap Performance for “King’s Dead” alongside Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, and James Blake.