Future Responds to JAY-Z: 'U Ain't Got the Juice Like Dat'

  /  07.04.2017

Are JAY-Z and Future feuding?

Just one year after teaming up on DJ Khaled’s “I Got the Keys,” Hov and Hendrix appear to be at odds after Jigga referenced him on his new album, 4:44.

On the LP’s opener, “Kill Jay Z,” Shawn Carter raps about how infidelity would have damaged his family. “I don’t even know what you would’ve done,” he raps. “In the future, other ni**as playin’ football with your son / You would’ve lost it.”

That line was seen by many as a reference to Future’s son, who was famously seen playing football with Ciara’s new husband, NFL star Russell Wilson.

Taking to Snapchat on Monday (July 3), Future posted a selfie holding a stack of cash to his ear. His caption: “U ain’t got the juice like dat. MOOD.”

This was seen by many as a response to “The Story of O.J.,” a different song from JAY-Z’s 4:44, on which he rhymes: “Y’all on the ‘Gram holdin’ money to your ear / There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here.”


However, it was all good just a month ago, when JAY-Z included Future in a list of rappers who have inspired him.

But Future might not be the only rapper taking offense to a line on 4:44. According to TMZ, Kanye West was “shocked” to hear Hov rap about their broken bond on the album, as well.


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