Future is ringing in 2020 with some new bangers to tide fans over until his next anticipated commercial release, but the releases haven’t come without their own controversy that has the inter-streets talking.
Last week, the Atlanta trapstar dropped the internet-booming “Life Is Good” track with the FutureHive’s feature favorite, Drake. But as fans patiently await an official announcement for another Fewtch project, he’s been heavy on his collaboration duties and made a special guest appearance on Moneybagg Yo’s newly-released, Time Served album. Future dropped bars on the track “Federal Feds” and, naturally, fans dissected the verse once the record was out.
Upon close inspection of the lyrics, it seems they’re now convinced that Fewtch spent part of his verse alluding to his long-rumored past fling with Larsa Pippen, the now-separated wife of NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen. As you’ll recall, rumors of the alleged affair between Future and Larsa first cropped up in 2016 after Pippen unceremoniously filed for divorce after 20 years of marriage.
During the verse in question, Future raps, “I did it by mistake, it wasn't on purpose, end up f**king your wife/ She was choosin' up and it was on sight/ Had her ridin' on me like a motorbike/ Had to clean her head like a wet wipe.”
While Fewtch omits any name-drops, the saucy lyrics sent the Twitterverse into an uproar over his bold decision to allegedly take direct aim at the six-time NBA champion. “This is what Future said on Moneybagg’s new album about Scottie Pippen’s wife cheating with him....This guy is a MONSTER,” one fan wrote on Twitter.
Check out the rest of what Twitter had to say about the bars below:
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