Last week, a video of Future's bodyguard getting knocked down by an angry fan went viral. Surprisingly, the ATL rapper's bodyguard doesn't plan on taking any legal action.
According to TMZ, there is no active investigation and nobody has come forward to press charges. Sources close to Future's bodyguard reveal that he has no intentions of pressing charges or taking any action regarding the incident. As a result, there will be no consequences for the attackers.
To give a little back story, 10 guys harassed Future and his crew at Ibiza Aiport. After Future told the guys that he wouldn't take a picture with them following his long flight, the men became angry and shouted racial slurs. Future's team made the decision to pull the musician away from the scene before matters got worse. In the video that went viral, however, it was edited to appear as if Future was nearby.
The "Honest" rapper explained his side of the story while posting to his Instagram stories.
"Basically these fake goons ask to suck my d--k for a picture I toldem NOOOOO," he wrote on his Instagram stories. Apparently they get angry and do sum sucker s--t... I left the airport, they edit the video they filmed and sent it to blogs real real tuf guys. What they did to security I didn't see period, I'm not a witness to anything. Leave me out anything have to do with this incident."
On a lighter note, Future is focused on what matters most. He is set to hit the road next month for the "Legendary Nights" tour. The co-headlining tour with Meek Mill will visit cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Houston, Phoenix and more. The two emcees will be joined by the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, YG and Mustard.