Future Calls Out Those Who Put All Their Business On Social Media
Over the weekend, Little Future celebrated his 5th birthday, eliciting public congratulatory messages from his parents, Ciara and Future—and his stepfather Russell Wilson. The NFL star wrote a loving message about the five-year-old as he shared a photo of the two go-kart racing, and Future shouted out his love and shared an image of his son rocking the Rolex he bought for him with a caption that quoted Meek Mill's "Dreams and Nightmares."
Future's expensive gift to his young son made the rapper the target of social media criticism, but the "Where Ya At" artist is used to it. Recently he's made headlines following the birth of his alleged sixth child by Instagram model Eliza Reign. If she proves that her child is the rapper's daughter, that will make the baby girl his sixth child with a sixth mother. As it's been an intense few weeks with his name in the headlines, Future fired off a series of tweets questioning those who constantly share all their personal lives with the public, saying they might as well work for the blogs instead of giving up the information for free.
"How much u get paid a week for telling your business to social media??" he wrote. "These blogs should put y’all on payroll. Working for free all day is slavery. Let’s focus on uplifting each other for free of charge if u really want to make a difference.. keep them bad vibes to yourself. If I’m happy I kno u could b happy too. Love yourself 1st and be able to live with every decision u make with no excuses." This could just be a general statement for anyone who attempts to keep themselves relevant or it could a subliminal tweet a certain someone.