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Future Ain’t Feelin Jay-Z After He Dissed Him on ‘4:44’

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Future speaks out about the recent diss that Jay-Z made towards him. 

When Jay-Z released “Kill Jay-Z” on 4:44, he let the world know who he does not like. While there are a few lines that are obviously coming at Kanye, Jay also took a jab at Future too.

Jigga said:

I don’t even know what you woulda done/ In the future other niggas playin’ football with your son.

These lines are referencing the child that Future and Ciara have together. Ciara is now married to NFL superstar, Russell Wilson. He did not like Jay-Z saying that Wilson will be playing with his son. In an interview Atlanta hot 107.9 he said:

You supposed to be biggin’ up me. I come from the streets, you come from the streets…we’re supposed to give it no negative attention for a hot line that’s something that’s always gonna be out.

It looks like Future is still holding onto a grudge against Jay over the diss. Maybe we will see another diss record from Future? What do you think of the situation? Do you think we will see the two rappers feud?

Please comment below with your thoughts! After, don’t forget to keep it locked on Hypefresh for more news!

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