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October 17th, 2013
On Monday, New York Post’s Page Six published a report that Drake had kicked opening act Future off his upcoming North American tour over comments Future made to Billboard Magazine. The original article included a quote from Future, saying “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.”
For his part, Future maintains that his words were taken out of context. I don’t know what context those quotes would have to be in to not be construed as negative and neither does Drizzy, because he totally booted Future from his tour.
Fast forward to a $1.5 million lawsuit from Future filed against Drake for loss of Future’s future earnings and the scratchy voiced rapper is back on the tour.
Seriously, how awkward is this tour going to be now?
Can you imagine what it’s going to be like when Drake and Future run into each other backstage?
It’s like hey, remember that time I kicked you off this tour?
Then it’s like, remember when I sued you for $1.5 million? My bad!
But we good, right?
They’ll be at the catering table backstage trying to stare really hard at the macaroni salad in order to avoid eye contact.
Anytime the other person’s name is brought up it’s just like…
They’re probably practicing opening lines for the dreaded initial run in.
Which will inevitably turn into this no matter how much you practice.
Then it will end with this.
Then there is the part of every concert when you have to give the opener/headliner a shout out when you really just wanna be like…
And what about the interviews?
You know there are going to be interviews.
Their PR will probably try to make them look like this.
But no matter what we read in the media or how nice Drake and Future act towards each other, we all know the truth.
Do you, Drizzy.