On Tuesday (Feb. 21), Future participated in a Twitter Q&A, and was asked whether he was releasing his forthcoming HNDRXX album — his second release in two weeks — because of his pending lawsuit with “U.O.E.N.O.” hitmaker Rocko.
“No way in the f–k am I doing this for him,” the Atlanta rapper responded in a tweet. “But, at the same time, s–t gon’ get taken care of. We working. We richer than ever.”
“When n—-s go broke they do dumb s–t,” he continued. “I don’t know what’s going on, but at the end of the day, we making hits, we making history. They want to be a part of history you got to do something to tag along. So that’s what it is. Tag along n—a.”
Rocko then responded to him on his private Instagram account. “Truth be told, I’ve always believe in bro. That’s why I signed him. When I post his stuff on my page, it’s out of genuine support. No funny s–t. I don’t even rock like that,” he wrote.
Rocko then explained how it was Future’s decision to bring in the lawyers to handle their sticky ordeal. “Future and I could’ve sat down like men and settled this easily ages ago. Not sure what this reasons were but I respect it. Only reason it’s even a lawsuit in place is because he said let the lawyers handle it,” he added. “Homie works hard and is very talented and deserves all of his success! I will always support regardless! Pre-order his album!”
Future allegedly commented on his post, according to a screengrab from The Shade Room. “U post it cause I’m the sh-t n—a. On gang tho! U gone die fake n—a! U embraced me as a brother at my worst & try to play me. Ain’t talk to you in years n—a. Ain’t no n—a in earth gone take s–t with consequences. Judge or no judge n—a! U a con artist,” he wrote.
Rocko also posting an old video of himself, Future, and Gucci Mane, writing in the caption: “I wasn’t a con artist when I made sure you got a look in all my videos tho. Ole camera shy ass n—a.”
In 2011, Future signed with Rocko’s label A-1 for his first six albums. According to Rocko, Future breached his contract when he inked a deal with with Epic Records. In addition to that, Future reportedly failed to compensate him after receiving his advances from the label, which resulted in Rocko suing Future for $10 million.
Check out the posts below.
— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) February 21, 2017
— TheShadeRoom (@TheShadeRoom) February 23, 2017