Future Clears His Instagram Page, Tweets '2017 Nobody Safe'

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Future performs onstage at Staples Center on Sept. 7, 2016 in Los Angeles. 

Future is beginning the year with a clean slate. He wiped all photos from his Instagram page and unfollowed everyone except DJ Esco.

After the dramatic move Monday (Jan. 2), the Atlanta rapper shared several tweets reading, "2017 nobody safe" and "Me & esco against the world."

Of course, all of this has fans speculating a big project is about to drop. Over the past year, other artists -- including The Weeknd and Meek Mill -- have cleared their Instagrams in the lead-up to unveiling a new project.

Just last week, Future shared two new tracks in the form of videos: "Buy Love" and "That's a Check" with Rick Ross.

If that wasn't enough, he also dropped a video for his early 2016 Purple Reign party anthem "Drippin'."

Looking ahead to what could be next, there have been hints of a collaboration with Young Thug, who tweeted, "I think I'm putting @1future down with my business," which Future quickly retweeted.

A reported friend of 21 Savage also tweeted, "Thug and Future new project sounds amazing by the way," but that message has been deleted.

Future made a guest appearance at the final show of Young Thug and Savage's Hihorse'd Tour at New York City's Terminal 5 in December.

Back in September, Future's frequent collaborator Zaytoven told Billboard that the Beast Mode 16 album is finished.

The single "Used to This," featuring his Summer Sixteen tour-mate, Drake, followed that news a few months later, but fans are still waiting for the full album release.