Fan Theories Abound As Drake Reportedly Dissed Future On “More M’s?”

Drake and Future’s relationship goes back almost a decade, when they first collaborated on the song “Tony Montana.” Over the years, the two have formed a close bond, collaborating on numerous projects such as the platinum-selling album ‘What a Time to Be Alive’ and the mixtape ‘What a Time to Be a Slime.’ They have also toured together and shot music videos for their songs.

However, their relationship hit a bump in the road after the release of Future’s latest album with Metro Boomin, We Don’t Trust You. The album’s title itself suggested that there was a lack of trust between the two rappers. Moreover, Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Like That” took shots at “The Big Three,” including Drake and J. Cole, which put them on notice. These events prompted fans to look back into Drake and Future’s relationship and scrutinize their lyrics for hints of any underlying tension. Drake’s verse on “More M’s” from his collaborative album with 21 Savage, released in 2022, contains lyrics that some fans believe are aimed at Future. The lyrics mention “fake love” and a “close collaborator” who has been “showing signs” of disloyalty. While some initially assumed the lyrics were aimed at The Weeknd, with whom Drake has a complicated relationship, others speculated that the lyrics could be directed at producer Metro Boomin, who produced the track. However, after the release of ‘We Don’t Trust You,’ fans started speculating that Drake was actually dissing Future.

A rapper and podcast host, Joe Budden, is among the fans who have speculated about Drake and Future’s reported beef. In the latest episode of his podcast, Budden and his co-hosts delved into We Don’t Trust You, Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That” verse, and the Drake and Future beef. They specifically dissected the lyrics of Drake’s “More M’s” verse, applying it to Future and speculating that they were beefing over a woman. Budden also connected “More M’s” to Drake’s “What Would Pluto Do” from For All the Dogs, hinting at an escalation of his reported “static” with Future. These theories may be speculative, but considering Drake’s history of using subliminal disses in his lyrics, “More M’s” could have been aimed at Future, and “We Don’t Trust You” might have just been the response.



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