No New Friends.

We all know how seriously Drake takes his art (he likes to remind us quite regularly after all), and now this has caused the artist to make more awkward last minute changes to the upcoming “Would You Like A Tour?” spectacular. In an interview with Billboard’s Erika Ramirez concerning upcoming album Honest, Future, who was due to support Drake along with Miguel, made some less than positive comments concerning Drake’s latest full-length Nothing Was The Same, and Drake predictably was not pleased.

It was one particular quote from Future that was responsible for the trouble: “Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn’t grab you. They’re not possessive; they don’t make you feel the way I do.” His managers were quick to point out that the quote was taken out of context, but it seems the damage was already done.

Page Six report that Drake demanded that Future be booted from the tour immediately, with a source explaining “He told his agent either Future gets fired, or he’ll fire him.” It gets even more complicated too – after negotiations for Future to resume his spot on the tour, the Atlanta rapper wasn’t happy with a proposed pay drop, and pulled out for good. However, as he was initially set to pull in a massive $40,000 from each show, he’s allegedly set to file a lawsuit against Drake this week for $1.5 million.

We’re guessing that whatever the outcome of this one, the situation probably isn’t going to end well. [via Complex]



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