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Future Covers XXL Magazine Talks Drake & Meek Mill, Ciara, & More

Posted on the 24 September 2015 by Mikeylately @MikeyLately
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Future isn’t letting the hype of his latest mixtape/album die down. The rapper covers the latest issue of XXL magazine and discusses his partner in crime Drake and also Weak Mill. He also discusses Ciara and co-parenting and Russell Wilson. Check out parts of the interview below.

ON MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS WITH MEEK MILL AND DRAKE: “On some real shit, I love Meek. And the Drake situation, I feel like genuinely we’ve been building a great relationship over these years. We got history together. We went on a few tours together so it was like, publicly, some things was said and it was took out of context. We put it all behind us, went on a sold-out tour and we built from that and I feel like it’s genuine, it’s authentic, and we built trust between each other.”

ON SPLITTING PARENTING DUTIES WITH CIARA: “I want to judge the nannies that’s around my child. I don’t want to pay for a nanny that I never met, that I never got a chance to interview. That’s not the life I want for my child. I want to be involved 100 percent in all decisions made. This my flesh and blood. If I don’t want him to do something, there’s supposed to [be a] compromise or we supposed to talk about it. You not supposed to just go behind my back and do it. This is my son, too.”

ON CIARA’S NEW BEAU RUSSELL WILSON BEING IN BABY FUTURE’S LIFE: “I’m cool with him being around him but certain situations, we all in the public eye, you can’t move around with my son a certain kind of way, you know what I’m saying? I feel like a lot of moves are just made out of just being evil, basically. Because, you know, the success of my album and you still want to make certain moves to take the spotlight off me a little bit and shed light on a negative situation. Even if I didn’t care about it, the people have a way of looking at it. Why would you want to give these people an opinion on our kid? Why won’t we just let our child be a child?”

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