Maybe Future Won't Be The "Toxic King" Forever--- Rapper Says Being Married is One of His Dreams

Maybe Future Won’t Be The “Toxic King” Forever— Rapper Says Being Married is One of His Dreams

Happiness is the keyword to describe Future‘s life at the moment, as he sat down with Billboard magazine to share insight into his career and life.

After ten years in the game, the Grammy award winner shared that he is content with simply living his dream.

“I always wake up and be like, I love my life. If you really living a great life, if you are blessed, you have to recognize that and just run with that. I promise you I can’t ask for no more,” said Future.

“I think he is the most talented individual on this planet,” shared his manager Ebonie Ward. “He creates trends, sound, synergy. As an artist, he has lived up, and he’s continuing to live up to his name.”

Future shares that he “capitalizes off of different moments” and whatever is going on in his personal life to make music.

While he may be known for his music, he is also known for his multiple relationships with women in the industry ranging from Ciara to Lori Harvey.

Future eventually became known as the “Toxic King” as numerous memes circled with a picture of Future and his infamous lyrics, including the lyrics, “Tell Steve Harvey…I don’t want her,” referring to Lori Harvey.

With such a reputation, some may be surprised to hear the Toxic King share with Billboard that being married at home with his kids is a “dream.”

“If I were married at home with my kids, it would be way different. That’s a life I never lived. That’s something you dream about. That’s one of my dreams,” said Future.

Future continued, sharing that he’s focused on the music and his fans, and he couldn’t see himself concentrating on anything else.

“Even making music, I feel like I’m missing out on something if I’m not making music,” said Future. “I dedicated my entire life to my fans. I dedicated my entire life to my music.”

He made it clear that a family isn’t entirely out of the question, but he’s not chasing it.

“I feel like I can have both, but in time. It’s not something that I’m chasing. I want it to come to me,” said Future.

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