It has been a quiet year for Future. While he’s landed some incredible guest roles this year, including his contributions to Berner’s “Draped Up,” he hasn’t canceled a single project. It’s strange, considering he works on average a few times a year. However, that could just be a sign that he’s steadily cooking for 2022.

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Last week, the rapper featured Kanye West as his special guest on Rolling Loud. This happened just days after Ye and Drake formally squashed their beef in Los Angeles at Free Larry Hoover’s benefit concert. However, Ye has yet to perform at Rolling Loud, and also many of the artists who typically perform at the festival have the pull to bring the Chicago legend to the stage. Future did, however.

“I’m the only one who can get YE to anywhere.. tuh,” he tweeted in the wee hours of the morning. You could even see that as a response to Young Thug being joking. called out Super Slimey collaborator for not allowing anyone else to “make history”.

“Anything I do legendary or want it to be done. Tuh,” Future added.

Future was definitely in his bag last night when he posted several tweets about his legendary status. However, he took it one step further when he proclaimed himself on the street as a more prominent figure than the Almighty Hov. “In the streets I’m taller than jigga. Ima run me a B easily,” he wrote. “100M is no longer the goal.”

Although Future and Jay have worked together in the past, the Atlanta rapper has had issues with Hov .’s small jab before 4:44, which several Twitter users took note of.

It’s unclear what prompted Future’s tweets, but apparently he was feeling himself. Perhaps he was still at the peak of his performance in Saudi Arabia. Watch clips of it below.