Future is sparking an interesting conversation about relationships.
During a recent
with GQ Magazine, he spoke on the word “toxic.” Future is typically labeled as being toxic, but according to him, the women he dates are, and it’s not him. Either way, he doesn’t mind being labeled.
“People have their own definition of what toxic is….[These
all were toxic to me. They just don’t want to admit it.”Future went on to say despite what people think, he loves hard. The “March Madness” rapper said, “Putting this project together is just people understanding that I love hard….Probably love the hardest. I wanted to showcase my skills as far as melodies and topics and being
Take a look at reactions:
. GQ said, "Future is the King of Atlanta—and he earned it. Consider his contemporaries. It saddens me every time Jeezy stirs up comeback talk and then falls short. T.I. is more committed to becoming a comedian these days. Ludacris is a bona fide movie star. And the youth all still check for Future. He’s the O.G. who’s still considered a peer (and a rival) to the younger artists he collaborates with musically.