Eliza Reign straight-up referenced an “enemy” in her Thursday night Instagram photos. The Florida woman whose 2019 court pursuit of rapper Future has finally proven worth it by virtue of a DNA test continues to up her game – 36-year-old Future is being sued for $53,000 a month, plus one year’s back pay and attorney fees, with Eliza’s 1-year-old daughter now 100% confirmed to be the “Life Is Good” rapper’s child.
Future fronted media outlets this week for a Twitter rant appearing to call his latest baby mama “ugly” – the rapper now has eight children, with Eliza joining the long list of baby mamas.
Eliza, now fast racking up the Instagram followers, took to her feed last night with stunning, chic photos of her by a yacht – they were followed by a revealing car video as she went double-whammy on the influencing front. Eliza’s slinky, braless, and slit dress shouting out affordable clothing brand Pretty Little Thing also came – by virtue of the vehicle post – with a shout-out to Eternal Water. Pretty Little Thing is also fronted by Future’s 23-year-old girlfriend, model Lori Harvey.
Racking up over 16,000 likes overnight, the yacht-backed photo came captioned with fire words:
“Sometimes the enemy doesn’t really hate you. They hate the fact that you always find a way to smile! @prettylittlething”
Future wound up ripped apart in the comments: “Stay on his throat, ????????” one fan wrote, with another saying: “Pretty plus tax” – Eliza then swooped into the comments section, writing: “Ooh I like that, my next caption.”
“Wayyyy too pretty for Future” was a comment appearing to directly shade allegations that the rapper’s “ugly” tweet was dissing his baby mama.
Future, who initially refused the DNA test and accused Eliza of trying to get rich off a rapper, wrote:
“People make lies up to make they self feel good. Leave them ugly girls alone… Dnt get high and treat a ugly girl pretty…HUGE MISTAKE.”
The rapper has since demanded that Eliza’s lawsuit be thrown out – the $53,000 a month she’s suing in paternity, child support, and custody is based on her view that his $16 million a year income can support her. Eliza then fired back at the “ugly” tweet: “In all seriousness, as women, we must stick together and stand against abuse of any kind,” she wrote, then adding that “war is not cute.“
No #ad was used in Eliza’s updates last night, although her influencer and rising celebrity status both come with the general acceptance that some form of pay is involved for the name-drop. Vox‘s experts have thrown out estimated figures for influencer pay, which directly correlates with following:
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
Eliza has 373,000 Instagram followers.