Future has opened up about his past issues with Drake. As previously reported, Drake was featured on Future’s “Tony Montana” single, but did not appear in the video. Future said in a past interview that the move was a slap in the face. He now tells MTV News,
“It gets blown out of proportion because when I did the interview I said what I said, but they cut the interview off when I was sayin’ that I knew it might’ve been his management, it might’ve been his team. It be more to it when you’re doin’ videos and you’re doin’ verses. It takes a team effort sometimes and I didn’t understand that when I was first gettin’ in the game.”
Future said that things are good between them and they are currently working on new music in the studio. The Atlanta rapper added that he doesn’t know when or if the song will ever come out.
Want to know what Beyonce got Jay-Z for his 43rd birthday? According to Mediatakeout.com, Bey brought Jay the most expensive watch in the world — the Hublot watch, which is known as the “Big Bang.” The diamond encrusted watch costs $5 million and has 1,282 diamonds in total.
Hollyscoop came up with a list of super expensive gifts that the power couple have given each other in the past. In January 2012, after the birth of their daughter Blue Ivy, Beyonce brought Jay-Z a $500,000 sapphire ring. Blue also got a $600,000 handmade Japanese gold rocking horse designed by jeweler Ginza Tanaka.
Watch the video below to see why the watch is worth $5 Million!
JAY-Z, BIGGIE, TUPAC AND EMINEM COVER ‘ROLLING STONE’
Jay-Z, The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac and Eminem are all on the cover of Rolling Stone this month for a special hip hop edition. Inside, the magazine names the 50 Greatest hip hop songs of all time. According to Hiphopdx.com, Rolling Stone named Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five‘s “The Message” the #1 hip hop song of all time.