/  12.20.2021

Future is extremely confident about his level of stardom.

Days after taking the stage at Rolling Loud California, the rapper boasted about his “legendary” moves and his plans to get everything he wants. In his slew of tweets, he made a bold comparison between him and one of rap’s GOATs.

“In the streets, I’m bigger than Jigga, Ima run me a B up easy,” Future wrote. Twitter users have since chimed in with their own opinions.

JAY-Z is one of the greatest rappers of all time,” wrote Hov fan @Glitturus. “There is no millennial alive that would say Future is bigger than JAY-Z. Only gen z would say something that dumb. Every hood person in the 90’s and 2000’s had JAY-Z on repeat.”

Twitter user @LouisOneDay shared similar sentiments writing, “If you say Future is better than JAY-Z.. you’re 25 or younger!”

A few music fans sided with Future‘s statement.

“Future IS better than JAY-Z,” tweeted @AimanIvan666. “Yall ever randomly chill and listen to The Blueprint? Yea me neither.”

Another user, @illernois, noted that Future may have a stronger connection with the younger generation.

“I’m a huge fan of Jigga, but I don’t see the issue with what Future said,” he penned. “I don’t doubt future connecting with young niggas in the streets more than JAY-Z.”

@SilkSonicSimp simply claimed that “JAY-Z and Future are both great for different reasons.”

Future’s comparison to Hov comes days after he brought Ye out to perform during his Rolling Loud set. As REVOLT previously reported, the gospel rapper revisited a handful of his biggest records, including “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” “Hurricane,” “Praise God,” and “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1″ and freestyled over the beat of Future’s “Fuck Up Some Commas.”

According to Future’s series of tweets after the performance, he’s “the only one can get YE to pull up whenever, wherever.” See his posts below.

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