Atlanta rap newcomer Future may have an early Valentine’s Day dream date stirring up, as he has labeled Drake’s ex-girlfriend/singer Rihanna as a hot pretty thing.
In addition to talking about RiRi, Future also addressed his dismay over Drizzy not coming through for his “Tony Montana” remix music video.
“I eat steaks. Well done. I eat mine well done,” Future said when asked about Drake’s “Give them a bone and they want a steak” tweet. “Really it’s all kind of things. So many people in between. The middleman and this and that, but we moving on from it. You live and you learn. Don’t fall off. Keep going. — [What celebrity do I think is hot?] Rihanna’s hot. I need to spank her for being bad.” (Global Grind)
In March, Rihanna exposed her sexual fantasies which, coincidentally included spankings.
“Being submissive in the bedroom is really fun. You get to be a little lady, to have somebody be macho and in charge of your sh*t. That’s fun to me…I like to be spanked. Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned – you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs. I’d rather have him use his hands.” (Rolling Stone)
Last year, Drake opened up about feeling inferior to Rihanna during their brief romantic stint.
“She’s just such an overwhelming and incredible person,” Drake said in an interview. “And such a talented person and someone that I was like, ‘I can’t believe I’m here talking to this individual,’ that she just gave me that feeling like when I was 17 years old trying to take Nikki Ramos, this girl from Toronto, out on a date and she never wanted to go with me. She never would go; she would have a million excuses why she couldn’t talk to me. That’s how [Rihanna] made me feel, she made me feel small; she made me feel nervous. It just put me back to the Acura in Toronto, feeling like Aubrey Graham, not Drake.” (MTV)
Last week, Future explained his issues with Drizzy snubbing the “Tony Montana” remix music video.
“Yeah, but I salute him for even getting on the record,” Future said when asked about Drizzy’s absence from the “Tony Montana” remix music video. “I wasn’t real mad about it but when I first talked to him about it, I told him, ‘If you do this, make sure you know what you’re doing, this is my baby.’ … It wasn’t a shocker because when he did it [the remix], I knew he wasn’t going to do it — just because that’s what the music industry has come to. Nobody ain’t trying to give nobody a hand and help them push them in the right direction no more than what you’re going [in the right direction]. … It’s basically like a slap in my face because [the fans are] like, ‘You should have did it with somebody from Atlanta who’s gonna get in the video, who want to be a part of your video.’ … I really wanted to give Atlanta something different and it turned out being a slap in my face for it not completing the whole thought.” (The Source)
Check out footage from the “Tony Montana” remix video shoot below: