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Future Shuts Down “Toxic Masculinity” Rumors—Says Women He Dated Were Toxic to Him But Won’t Admit It
Wednesday, Apr 20, 2022
ATLANTA, GA – NOVEMBER 17: Rapper Future attends The Future: A Gentlemans Club at a private location on November 17, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)


Future, who’s notorious for rap lyrics that ooze toxic masculinity, says that’s not the case at all.

The Pluto rapper, recently crowned The Best Rapper Alive by GQ, was recently interviewed by the likes of Kanye West’s ex, Julia Fox, DJ Khaled, and more for the outlet and it did not disappoint. Future faced the toxic womanizing rumors head-on—denying any toxicity while confirming the women he’s dated have actually been toxic to him but won’t admit it. As a matter of fact, or fiction, Future told controversial lifestyle influencer Kevin Samuels that he has an issue splurging up to $3 million on his women in a promo for his song “Worst Day—despite lyrics that allude to him spending Valentine’s Day with “too many” women.



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Some think the “Mask Off” rapper was throwing a bit of shade at his exes, which include his and Bow Wow’s baby mama, Joie Chavis, his ex-fiancé, Ciara, Lori Harvey, Larsa Pippen, and Dess Dior.

After revealing the new lady in his life on his Instagram stories, whom he said approves of his upcoming album, Future shared with the outlet his desire to settle down, get married, and have more kids—with his future-wife, of course.

Do you believe that women were toxic to Future and not the other way around? Tune in to see if our Dish Nation hosts are buying it.

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