The rapper posted a behind-the-scenes video of him working with Lil Uzi. In the teaser, the two are seen recording new music together. The two were jamming together and can be seen laughing it up while producing the record.
Future can be heard saying in the background, “World been waiting on it. From here to overseas. Wrapped around the globe. It’s another planet. Astronaut.”
Future doesn’t seem too heartbroken following his split from longtime girlfriend Lori Harvey. As The Blast previously reported, Lori and Future started causing speculation of their relationship being over after they unfollowed each other on Instagram.
Future took it a step further by deleting all photos of Lori from his profile. The two have not spoken on the breakup and have not been spotted together in months.
Lori seems to be unfazed by the situation and continues flexing on the gram. Future has been spotted hanging with several beautiful models with no Lori in sight.
The two ending their romance is interesting given Lori stayed by her man’s side amid his never-ending baby mama drama. Future is still dealing with a paternity lawsuit brought by a Florida-woman named Eliza Reign.
Last year, Eliza sued Future for paternity, child support and custody. She accused him of being the father to her 1-year-old daughter Reign. Future dragged his feet before finally taking the DNA test. The results showed her was indeed the biological father to Reign.
Since finding out he was the father, Future and Eliza have been fighting over child support for weeks. Future proposed paying $1,000 a month but Eliza rejected the offer. She believed he should cough up around $53,000 a month based on his income. A judge recently recommended Future pay $3,200 a month but Eliza is fighting that recommendation.
Recently, Eliza decided to address the reports she asked for $53,000 a month in child support from Future. She wrote, “I said I wasn’t gone speak on the 53k situation, but this has gone long enough…”
She continued, “In a child support cast, both parents have to submit financial paperwork to determine a fair amount of support.
Eliza added, “The state has guidelines. According to what’s reported to Forbes. If true. the state of Florida guideline suggests 53k until the defendant objects or proves their inability to afford it or not. It’s no beef with my BD. I think he should willingly do better. But I been let that drama go. My baby is healthy and obviously well taken care of regardless. Which is why I tried to chill on even discussing this. God has been blessing me forreal!”