Future’s Twitter Fingers Have Him Tweeting About Self Love: “Same S**t Y’All Already Knew Last Year”

Atlanta rapper Future is letting his thoughts be heard. Only this time, nobody is quite sure who he’s talking to as his Twitter fingers send out some random tweets.

Future Tweets Subliminal Messages

Future took to his social media with a slew of messages. The Georgia native let it be known he wanted out of the conversation and that even though it’s a new year, people are still on the same topics as 2020.

“Everyone had a option and a plan then have every excuse in the world when they fail. Love yourself more 2021 … Leave me out the convo 2021 and see how far u can get. Love yourself … Same Sh*t y’all already knew last year. Same topic #BORING”

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Future Deletes His Instagram Content

Future Hendrix is getting off to a fresh start in 2021 – literally. Earlier in the week, the hip-hop superstar surprisingly wiped his Instagram page clean of any content.

Atlanta rapper Future has social media’s full attention. The hip-hop star has completely wiped his Instagram account clean of any posts. To make things even crazier, Future Hendrix isn’t even following anyone anymore. It’s worth noting his Instagram Story features a post calling his grandma his day one fan and another post is a sneak peek studio session.

Future deletes his Instagram content.

Deluxe Pluto x Baby Pluto

Back in November 2020, the Georgia native took to his Twitter page to announce a Pluto x Baby Pluto deluxe album. In addition to revealing the project’s cover art, Future Hendrix also shared the LP’s tracklisting.

Future’s Pluto x Baby Pluto Album

Following mounted anticipation, Future and rapper Lil Uzi Vert hit the green light on the Pluto x Baby Pluto project heading into mid-November 2020. The project came with nearly 20 songs and executive production by producer DJ Esco.

Clocking in at just under an hour, the project consists of 16 tracks with no guest features. The two also shared an accompanying music video for “That’s It” directed by the revered Hype Williams. The visual sees the pair either working with an all-girls soccer team and in a rainforest. The album was first teased in July 2020 with another Williams-directed teaser that showed the pair talking about the economic ramifications of COVID-19 outside a laundromat. Two months later, Future and Uzi dropped another teaser trailer of their joint “Another Planet.” (HYPEBEAST)