Joie, the mother to Future’s son Hendrix, shared a video on her social media showing her getting it in at the gym. The model. who runs her own fitness company Joie In Life, flexed in the clip showing her do hardcore exercises with ease.
In the 20-second clip, Joie flaunts her fit body by doing weight training, squats, and a workout with rope.
She captioned the post, “Always being challenged in my workouts. Set a goal and smash that shiiii ?? #noexcuses @imrocksolid_fitness.”
One follower jokingly commented, “Girl my stomach hurts! Do 5 more for us both. I cannot.”
Joie continues to be one of the baddest in the game. She maintains a low-key relationship with Future and they co-parent like bosses. They never speak negatively about the other publicly and constantly show the other support for their projects. Future even took Joie on a luxury vacation for her birthday last year.
As The Blast previously reported, Future recently split from his longtime girlfriend Lori Harvey. The two shocked the world when they decided to unfollow each other on social media. There were no public signs the two were going through any issues.
Future took it a step further by deleting all photos of Lori from his Instagram profile. The two have not been seen in months together and have yet to comment on the matter.
They dated for close to a year and tried to keep it under wraps in the beginning.
Over the last couple of months, Lori was traveling with Future around the globe for his tour stops and club appearances. She didn’t seem to mind his paternity battles. At the time, Future was facing two separate lawsuits brought by women who claimed he was the father to their kid,.
The first was brought by a Florida woman named Eliza Reign. She accused him of being the father to her 1-year-old daughter Reign. He denied the claims and dragged his feet before finally taking the DNA test.
Future eventually responded to the case. Days later, Cindy quietly dismissed the suit. All signs point to a settlement being reached outside of court.
The second lawsuit was filed by a Texas woman named Cindy Parker. She accused him of being the father to her 1-year-old son Legend Wilburn. During the case, Cindy claimed the rapper offered her “hush money” to stay silent about the case.