Future has been garnering attention on social media with his continual shades being thrown at Jay Z. And after we SOS did our research, we came to the conclusion why Future is angry at Hov, and it isn’t really about Jay Z’s lyrics criticizing rappers who do the “money phone” pose in his new “4:44” album.
Recall that it all started when last month, shortly after Jay Z released his album, where he addressed rappers who pose with a stack of cash to their ear.
“Y’all holdin’ money to your ear,” Jay raps on “The Story Of O.J,” adding, “There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here.”
Seems Future listened to the track and wasn’t cool with the lines. He shaded him by taking a photo with money to his ears, posting it on Snapchat.
He doesn’t seem satisfied with HOV’s explanation of his “We don’t call that money over here” line.
Not only Future, but also Drake has responded to Jay’s lyrics, which got people talking to the point that Jay Z had to come out to clear the air in his recent interview with Rap Radar.
“I didn’t even tell people to stop using the money phone. I didn’t say that,” Jay Z explained. “I had to listen again like ‘How is this being misinterpreted?’ because I just said it ain’t money to us. It ain’t. That’s just an honest statement.”
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The husband of Beyonce and father of three clarified that he was pointing out that rappers should think bigger than social media posturing, saying, “That can’t be the end-all. To get money and show it on the internet. That can’t be our goal, that’s some corny sh-t.”
Future quickly reacted to Jay Z’s interview with two tweets:
But we SOS think this isn’t what is getting Future to react like this, because in 4:44, Jay Z also rapped, “In the future, other n—as playin’ football with your son.”
What? What do you think that line meant? Isn’t that probably a reference to Future’s failed relationship with Ciara and their baby son, who is now being raised partially by NFL star Russell Wilson???
Hahahaha! Now we know where the anger is coming from.