(AllHipHop News) After months of comparisons being made between Future and Desiigner and recent rumors of tension between the two star's camps at the BET Awards, it appears as if the Atlanta hit maker and the Brooklyn newcomer will not be collaborating any time soon.
In a new cover story for Rolling Stone, Future basically confirmed he has no interest in being associated with Desiigner. The "Wicked" rhymer even made it clear he did not want the 19-year-old rapper's name to appear in the feature.
"I never worried about anyone else," said Future. "I don't even want his name in the article."
The Freebandz head also discussed his inspiration for some of his most celebrated work - lean. The substance was the focal point of projects such as 2011's Dirty Sprite and 2015's DS2.
Future admitted during an interview with France's Clique TV that he was 'not at addict" and he "does not have to do it all the time." He even declared himself to be sober, and in the RS piece Future expounded on his use of codeine.
"At first, it wasn't something that I loved," Future admitted. "It wasn't till I discovered what I loved about it. Some people take drugs and they don't understand the high. They take it just to be high."
He added, "It started making me more relaxed. Sometimes you experience anxiety, and it did me some good for that. I don't feel like I ever abused it. I used it for what I felt was needed."
Read the full Rolling Stone article here.