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Future Gets Kicked Off Drake’s Tour After Talking Trash To Billboard


Drake and Future aren’t on good terms.

In an exclusive article by Page Six, Drake is demanding Future to be removed from the upcoming “Would You Like A Tour?” Future, alongside R&B singer Miguel and Drizzy, were all scheduled to hit the road on a 39-city tour starting in Pittsburgh this Friday.

The reason Future is getting booted came from his comments in an interview with Billboard. The Atlanta rapper gave the magazine an exclusive listen of his album Honest. During their chat, he gave his thoughts on Drake’s Nothing Was The Same, which caused some controversy. “Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn’t grab you. They’re not possessive; they don’t make you feel the way I do. I want to make you want to fall in love.”

Since then, his comments have been removed; due to his managers arguing Billboard misquoted him. They also stated it was taking out of context and were told to the mag off he record.

Future got out of the tour over the weekend, but he is demanding $1.5 million for lost wages. He was set to get $40,000 per gig.

According to DDotOmen, Jhené Aiko is replacing Future. She worked with Drake on “From Time” and “Its Yourz” on NWTS.

[via Page Six]

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