Future Went TF Off Over This Shocking Rumor About His New Year's Eve Party In Las Vegas...

"These n**gas and b**ches will do and say whatever when u dat n**ga..."

Atlanta trap playmaker Future isn’t going into 2019 without clearing up any more rumors tied onto his back.

There were the disturbing allegations of Eliza Reign, the latest woman claiming to be pregnant with another Fewtch seed, the baby mama saga between Brittni Mealy and Joie Chavis and another reported court battle with Ciara. The latest rumor springing up in the FutureHive, however, has less to do with his paternity and everything to do with his pockets this time around.

  • Spurred by none other than ‘TMZ,’ the celebrity gossip giant claimed that Future would be cashing out a whopping $400,000 for a Las Vegas New Year’s Eve performance

    “Future's making out like a king out in Vegas,” the site states. He's performing at Drai's and will pocket a sweet $400k check for grabbing the mic and doing his thing.”

  • The ‘Beastmode’ rapper himself didn’t exactly verify the news

    But in a now-deleted Instagram post, shunning those who dug for the information, he did address it in a way most would consider confirmation enough. “The internet put your business out only to make people more jealous to have more greed towards me and envy at its all time high…” he wrote in a post with the $400k news. Continuing the address, he prophesized about the teaching of hatred and contempt toward self-made success and urged self-motivation and a go-getter’s attitude. “These n**gas and b**ches” will do and say whatever when u dat n**ga.”

  • His overreaching message from it all?...

    “2019 spread love not hate.”

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