Here, Future addresses the women who he's had relations with. The collection of females that he's been intimate with include Ciara, Blac Chyna and Larsa Pippen.
Speaking with Beats 1's Zane Lowe, Future noted that he wasn't concerned about addressing his personal life because everything he says on the song is true. "This is me not holding anything back," he said. "I feel responsibility for telling the truth. If I told a lie then I gotta come back and correct it years later. I hate that I have to be the person to touch on their life and be personal and be direct with certain situations, but man I'm glad that it's me [rather] than anybody else."
Future kicks off the first verse with some lines aimed at his ex and the mother of his child, Ciara.
She told me she was an angel She f---ed two rappers and three singers She got a few athletes on speed dial I'm tryna get the case dismissed before I see trial And these codeine handles ain't got nothin' to do with my lil' child.
Ciara called off the engagement to Future in August 2014, three months after their son named Future Zahir Wilburn, was born. The songstress subsequently sued Future for defamation, slander, and libel. Ciara has since married quarterback Russell Wilson.
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