Metro Boomin Accuses Some Rappers Of Being ‘Afraid’ To Back His And Future’s Album

Metro Boomin & Future
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – SEPTEMBER 12: (L-R) Metro Boomin and Future perform onstage at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Metro Boomin has suggested that some rappers in the industry are hesitant to support his and Future’s latest album, “We Don’t Trust You.” Although he didn’t explain, it’s probably because of the disses aimed at Drake in the album.

After the album hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Metro shared his thoughts on X (formerly Twitter) on April 1st.

He stated, “I see a lot of n-ggas been scared to post the album too [crying face emojis] #IForgiveButIDontForget #WEDONTTRUSTYOU [no pedestrians emojis].”

Many fans speculated that Metro’s comments were directed towards 21 Savage, who has closely collaborated with both Metro and Drake. Despite this, 21 Savage hasn’t shared anything about “We Don’t Trust You” on his social media platforms. He’s been relatively inactive since the album’s release at the end of last month.

In response to Metro’s perceived diss toward 21 Savage, devastated fans expressed their concerns online. One user lamented, “Metro dissing 21 its over [sad face emoji],” while another questioned, “You want to diss 21 Savage too? cause you are good at getting people for that.”

Others pleaded with Metro not to sever ties with 21, emphasizing the impact it would have on hip-hop. Before these events, Metro hinted at potential conflicts over “We Don’t Trust You.”

He suggested that fans and artists would have to “pick a side.” This statement appears to have led to tensions between Drake and Rick Ross, who is featured on the album.

Rozay unfollowed Drake on Instagram. He then publicly showed loyalty to Kendrick Lamar. This happened after his ex-girlfriend received Drake concert tickets. Ross was filmed riding around, listening to Kendrick’s diss verse on “Like That.”