Future says Jay-Z wasn’t great while Biggie and TuPac were alive [VIDEO]



While the art of tossing subtle shade is often strictly ascribed to reality tv vixens and messy aunties, it seems your boy Future too has a penchant for pelting others with filth as he recently made a side-eye worthy comment about Jay-Z’s rise to microphone greatness. 

On Wednesday, music mogul Steve Stoute jumped on Instagram with a few clips of a barbershop discussion between himself, Lebron James, James Harden, Hot 97’s Ebro and Future. 

During the chop up between the Hip-Hop honcos, Ciara’s “Stick Talk,” rapping baby daddy maintained that HOV wasn’t a considered a leader in the rap realm until late emcees, TuPac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., met their respective demises.   

“Jay-Z wasn’t great when TuPac and Biggie was alive,” Future said to the room as James Harden met his controversial comments with a perplexed expression. 

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When Steve Stoute attempted to challenge Hendrix’s statements by introducing Jigga’s legendary Reasonable Doubt album into the conversation, the Atlanta bred rhymer clapped back saying, “It wasn’t hot until [TuPac and Biggie] died.”

He continued, “Nobody really was jamming it. It’s flames. Like it’s hard, it’s a classic, but I’m saying at that time.”
The “I Got The Keys,” spitter went on to dub Pac, Big, Ice Cube, and Nas for being the top rappers of the early 90s and gave the Illmatic rhymer a special nod for dropping music that was feverishly embraced at the time of its release… Unlike Jay Z. 

“It’s like your classic album, they always go back for your classic album,” Future said. “When Nas dropped his first album, it was great then. Like when ‘I Ruled the World’ came out, it was the best then. You had to go back and listen to Reasonable Doubt. That’s his best sh** ever.”


By : Asia Grace     

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