Future, on his absence from the BET Awards: "I'm not about to sell my soul for no publicity stunts."
During his Monday performance at an L.A. club called Supper Club, Future explained his absence from the BET Awards stage the night before.
The Shade Room documented his explanation in a pair of videos on their Instagram account. Here's what Future had to say:
"You see what happened... BET, they had a nigga about to perform up there or whatever, but under the circumstances of me performing. I can't fuck with that shit, you know what I'm saying, because they tried to get a nigga to do some off-brand corny shit.
"I'm not about to sell my soul for no publicity stunts."
Scope his rant below.
TSR Staff: Debra Oh! @The_Ebony_Issue _________________________________ Looks like BET has upset quite a few artists this past weekend and Future has just added his name to the list! _________________________________ Basically while doing an appearance at Supper Club in LA, Future had some words for the network. _________________________________ He basically went off on BET because he was supposed to perform but only under the condition that he do a publicity stunt for BET. Being the man that he is, he didn't want to "sell his soul" for publicity and decided not to perform. _________________________________ This comes in after reports that rapper, Rich Homie Quan -- read more at TheShadeRoom.com (link in bio) #BETWEEKEND #Future #2Chainz #TrinidadJames #SupperClub #LA @brandenking_ , #DJEsco #DJDirtyDraws.