AceShowbiz - Future is staying true to himself no matter what. The Atlanta hip-hop artist has teased his new song, which features Lil Durk's appearance. On the song, he disses his ex-fiancee Ciara and makes some disrespectful remarks about Michelle Obama.
The "Bum Bum Tam Tam" rapper released the snippet of his new track on the former First Lady's birthday, January 17. On the song, the 39-year-old emcee could be heard rapping, "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**king that cougar same age as my mama/ F**k all that bulls**t go F**k on Ciara."
Unfortunately, some music fans have bitter responses. Many slammed Future for mentioning Michelle on his new song. "Why Mrs. Obama? He definitely crossed the line," one social media user remarked. "He really name drops Michelle Obama? Wow. Song sounds horrible anyway."
Others, meanwhile, would like to know why he still drags Ciara's name despite her happily living her life with her husband, NFL star Russell Wilson. "He's so obsessed with ciara," one person pointed out. Another wrote, "Future still smashing on Ciara ??!" Someone else quipped, "Damn that n***a still hurt. n***as be more emotional than women now [laughing with tears emojis]."
Future and Ciara, who share son Future Zahir together, were engaged but they called it quits in 2014. Two years later, Ciara got married to Russell. February last year, Ciara and Russell talked about Future's public toxic behavior.
"I don't think anybody made it hard. I think it was easy for us. I think it was about us. It wasn't about anything else," Russell told GQ. "It was about how we were going to love, and for me it was easy. It was easy to love. It's easy to love C--every day I get to love her and take care of her and our kids is the greatest gift I have. So I cherish that every day."
Chiming in, Ciara added, "And I will also say from day one we've been living life for us. Russ-I mean, he did talk about, you know, how he feels and this passion from a father's perspective, but what's always been beautiful about Russ is just to see him from day one, excitingly jumping in and changing diapers."