What did Future say about Jay-Z on Twitter?
The RAPPER Future has used his Twitter account to give the public their own take on his heritage in the music industry and Jay-Z is caught up in the conversation.
The former collaborators are both known to have produced catchy tunes over the years, with the talk surrounding their individual impact intensifying with Future’s tweets.
What did Future say about Jay-Z?
On Friday, December 17, 2021, Future posted a series of tweets related to his reputation in the music industry.
In the rapper’s tweets, he then named his fellow hip hop musicians, Kanye West and Jay-Z.
Future tweeted: “I’m the only one who can make YE stop anytime, anywhere..uh.”
He continued, “Everything I do is legendary or I want to be done.”
“In the streets, I’m bigger than Jigga. I’m going to get a B easily,” Future concluded, referring to the Jay-Z nickname.
Are Future and Jay-Z friends?
Future and Jay-Z have collaborated on songs several times in the past and are often seen being friendly at industry events.
On March 2, 2018, the two released their joint song effort, Top Off, which was by DJ Khaled and starred Beyonce.
Jay-Z’s first song with Future was another number produced by DJ Khaled, I Got the Keys.
This is not the first time that the two hit-makers hit each other in the head.
In January 2019, Future told local Atlanta radio station Hot107.9 what he thought of Jay-Z’s lyrical references that hinted at Future’s dissolved relationship with singer Ciara on his 2017 album, 4.44.
Future previously said, “But about Jay-Z, when I spoke to him he said he didn’t mean it that way.”
He continued, “You’re supposed to be a big one in the rap community. You’re from the streets, I’m from the streets. You’re not supposed to pay me negative attention.”
“It’s like that, I try to get where I want to go and no one is going to stop me,” the rapper concluded.
What have people said about Future and his posts on Twitter?
Future’s posts sent Twitter into a frenzy on Friday night, and music fans pitched in their opinions.
One user tweeted: “I love you Future but you’re not even as tall as Wayne.”
Another user said, “Nobody, no rapper in this life can beat Jay Z at this point, I’m not saying that because I’m from Brooklyn.”
The tweets kept pouring in.
One fan said: “Even in ATL, Ciara might be taller than you !! And this ??”
“Almost 40 u with 8 kids are going out on the streets and learning fathering skills,” replied another Twitter fan.
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