In a recent interview with The Source magazine, Future claims that Drake not being present in his Tony Montana music video is a slap in the face. Drake was featured on the track when it released on the net, but was missing from the official music video. You definitely have to see that Drake shed a lot of light on this track, but here what Future has to say about it.
“I salute him just for even getting on the record, because it says a lot about his character,” the rapper began, before addressing the music video. “…I wasn’t real mad about it, but when I first talked about it, I told him, ‘If you do this, make sure you know what you’re doing. This is my baby, this is the first song that I’m doing, this is ‘Tony Montana,’ this is my single. This is the one that means the most to me, because it’s my breakout single.'”
According to Future, he discussed the music video with Drake’s camp and even says he tried to work around the rap star’s schedule to make it happen to no avail.
“I was just trying to do a great video, I was trying to deliver what the people heard, what the fans heard and what I’ve seen. Why I choose you to get on my record out of all people?” Future continued. “So many people from Atlanta wanted to get on the song. It was basically a slap in my face because they like ‘Sh**, you should have did someone from Atlanta who get in the video, who wanted to be in the video.’ You go outside Atlanta and you get something different.”
Drake later wrote a quick tweet mentioning, “Throw em a bone and they want a steak.” Future may be blowing this thing out of proportion, what do you think?