Atlanta rapper Future might need a bigger winter coat for all the ice he’s getting these days. New reports claim the hip-hop star received some ample diamonds for his 34th birthday.
According to reports, musicians like The Weekend and Young Scooter blessed him with fancy jewelry for Future’s recent born day.
The rapper was in Miami and hit up The Forge last weekend for a 34th bday celebration. We’re told The Weeknd hooked him up with an icy “Low Life” pendant … his manager, Ebonie Ward, gave him diamond-crusted dog tags — and Young Scooter got him a BMFBG piece. We’re told all of the bling was commissioned by Avianne Jewelry in NYC. Elliot Avianne even threw in an awesome Pluto pendant. Bonus! Add in the 2 rings he scored from family members … and Future’s total haul was worth about $500k!!! (TMZ)
A couple months ago, the Atlanta rapper announced the passing of his longtime friend and producer.
I always gave racism a cold shoulder because my real brother Is a white guy by the name of Seth Firkins. I got a call saying u died in your sleep? First thing came to my mind is, why are you sleep at 5am? That's when we record our best shit & I tell u "don't" fall asleep we got more work to do.. but somethin told me I should've been at home recording for some reason. I was saying this in my head, then bad news beat me home! I love u beyond this post, I will cherish u forever big bro, I just wish u would've text me & told me u was going to sleep and i wasn't going to be able to wake u up this time…the family will miss u 1000%!! No kap in my game kid, rest well my brother. Rest well. 🦅
Recently, Future won big at the annual BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards show.
For the second consecutive year, Metro Boomin was named producer of the year. Song of the year went to “Me, Myself & I,” written by Tom Barnes, Lauren Christy, Michael Keenan and Bebe Rexha. Future, DJ Khaled and Rihanna tied for songwriter of the year, while Universal Music Publishing Group took home the publisher of the year award. (Billboard)
Recently, Future turned dreams into realities by signing rap veteran Tru Life.