Future Is On Desiigner Again “I Don’t Do Rentals”

Future Is on Desiigner Again “I Don’t Do Rentals” regarding Desiigner publicized Ferrari lawsuit. Atlanta rapper Future is showing no chill on G.O.O.D. Music’s Desiigner. The hip-hop star has thrown some serious shade toward the New York rapper, poking fun about his car’s problems. Future had a problem with Desiigner earlier for coping his style, seemingly he is doing whatever it takes to retain his crown.

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A picture has surfaced of Future slyly poking fun at Desiigner’s car problems.

Meanwhile #Future’s out here being #Petty 😩😩-View earlier posts where we reported on #Desiigner being sued for allegedly crashing a rented #Ferrari 😩

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Hours prior, reports emerged about a rental company suing Desiigner for $500,000.

According to docs … the friends gave Desiigner permission to drive the whip, and then he crashed it in NJ. The car’s valued at $220k, but the company’s suing for more than $500k because they say they’re going to lose out on future rental money — as in $1,599 per day. The docs also included a cryptic tweet, supposedly from Desiigner, saying, “If you have a luxury car you better know how to drive.” The rental company thinks it’s a confession, but we checked and the account doesn’t look like it belongs to Desiigner. (TMZ)

Within a recent Rolling Stone magazine cover feature, Future specifically requested Desiigner’s name not to appear in the write-up.

Brooklyn rapper Desiigner has been dominating radio with “Panda,” a song so derivative in its lyrics and production that Mike Will, for one, thought it was a Future track on first listen. (Future is reluctant to address this subject: “I never worried about anyone else … I don’t even want his name in the article,” he says of Desiigner.) (Rolling Stone)


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