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Future's Baby Mama Joie Chavis Sizzles On Birthday Vacation, Gets Down To Rapper's Song

By Ryan Naumann

Rapper Future's baby mama Joie Chavis continues to show us why she's one of the baddest in the game.

Over the weekend, Joie, mother to Future's son Hendrix, shared a ton of photos taken on her current birthday vacation in Mexico.

Future's ex started off the weekend celebration with a fancy dinner with a ton of friends. Joie looked stunning while rocking a tight black bodysuit with a ton of diamond bling. She wrote, "My bday is tomorrow and I’m about to cut. TF. UP! 😁🎊"

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The following morning Joie woke up and hopped on a private jet. Prior to his relationship with Lori Harvey, Future took Joie on luxury vacations for her birthday and other big events. Despite being exes, the two have been able to figure out co-parenting and get along great.

After getting aboard the private jet, Joie and a large group of her girlfriends landed in Mexico for an all-out weekend trip. Once she landed Joie decided to throw on a pink one-piece bikini and pose by the pool.


At night, Joie and her girlfriends decided to get down to Future's "Life is Good" on the steps of the hotel. The dance was planned out and they absolutely killed it. The party moved onto a Yacht where more dancing went down with Joie's friends.

Joie hopped on a jet-ski and took it out for a little ride in the ocean. The weekend ended with fireworks going off to celebrate the birthday party. One person who wasn't seen in the photos ... Future.


As The Blast previously reported, Future is single after breaking it off with his longtime girlfriend Lori Harvey. The two dated for several months until deciding to unfollow each other on social media last month.

The two have not been photographed together in months and Future deleted all of Lori's photos from his social media. Fans were shocked to find out about the split since they showed no signs of trouble.

Future is currently still dealing with a paternity lawsuit brought by a Florida woman named Eliza Reign.

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