Perhaps having listened to too much of Desiigner’s Future-esque bars about legacy and family, Future has released an O.J. Simpson murder-trial-inspired track called “Juice,” which seemingly takes aim at his ex Ciara’s fiancé Russell Wilson.
In the song, the rapper spews out confrontational lyrics such as, “Murder trial, O.J. Simpson. White on white, O.J. Simpson. Double murder, O.J. Simpson…Tryin’ to f–k my baby mama, dog what’s up with you? You gon’ make me get a heat, I’m pullin’ up on you,” seemingly referencing Wilson’s relationship with Ciara, the mother of his 2-year-old son, Future Zahir.
Despite the drama, Wilson is still very much in love with his wife-to-be, and the Seattle Seahawks quarterback recently expressed his joy observing her care for her little boy.
“Watching him grow over the past year and a half has been the most fulfilling and special things I’ve ever been around,” Wilson wrote in an Instagram comment on Zahir’s second birthday. “He gets the purest and the sweetest love from you and to watch you be the woman and mom you are ALL the time, Every morning. Every night. Every day… No matter what the circumstances or situation… good or bad… brings me so much joy…He is so blessed to have you hold him and hug him and love him with so much pure and real love that he will have no limits to what God has in store for him.”
Back in April, Ciara opened up to Essence about how she finally found Mr. Right.
“I remember telling my friend the kind of guy I wanted: a God-fearing man with a very fun spirit who loves kids and would really, truly care for me,” she told the magazine. “I was very specific because I do believe you can have it all.”
As far as Desiigner is concerned, Future is obviously irked by the rap newcomer’s ability to sound like him without the aid of AutoTune, a vocal crutch Future successfully employs despite Jay-Z having tried to put it to rest back in 2009. It is yet to be seen whether Desiigner will wind up being Magoo to Future’s Q-Tip or R. Kelly to Future’s Aaron Hall.
With his legacy on the line, Future is probably hoping Wilson won’t become P-Diddy to his Al B. Sure.