Posted by , Nov 21, 2015 at 04:13pm
Future made some confusing comments about his mixtape with Drake, "What A Time To Be Alive".

Anyone who follows Future on Twitter knows that the man loves to remain cryptic, constantly tweeting vague phrases, any of which could probably be read as either a subtweet or a mixtape title under a magnifying glass. In a recent interview with Mass Appeal, Fewtch continued in that tradition of puzzling but highly hashtag-able phrases when asked about one of his projects, and it has the Future Hive in a frenzy.

After breaking down each and every one of his many mixtapes, Future closed with some comments on his collaborative effort with Drake, What A Time To Be Alive.

"It never happened, you know what I mean," he said, before almost cracking a smile. "It never happened."

The ominous music at the video's conclusion definitely spins the comment as shade, but it seems like Fewtch may in fact be making a weird joke we just don't entirely understand (yet). Regardless, the phrase has already taken on a new Twitter life courtesy of the almighty Future Hive (#ItNeverHappened). If this is marketing for an upcoming project, he's doing it right.

Watch below and see for yourself. The question comes at 2:51.

Future On WATTBA: "It Never Happened"

Future made some confusing comments about his mixtape with Drake, "What A Time To Be Alive".


Anyone who follows Future on Twitter knows that the man loves to remain cryptic, constantly tweeting vague phrases, any of which could probably be read as either a subtweet or a mixtape title under a magnifying glass. In a recent interview with Mass Appeal, Fewtch continued in that tradition of puzzling but highly hashtag-able phrases when asked about one of his projects, and it has the Future Hive in a frenzy.

After breaking down each and every one of his many mixtapes, Future closed with some comments on his collaborative effort with Drake, What A Time To Be Alive.

"It never happened, you know what I mean," he said, before almost cracking a smile. "It never happened."

The ominous music at the video's conclusion definitely spins the comment as shade, but it seems like Fewtch may in fact be making a weird joke we just don't entirely understand (yet). Regardless, the phrase has already taken on a new Twitter life courtesy of the almighty Future Hive (#ItNeverHappened). If this is marketing for an upcoming project, he's doing it right.

Watch below and see for yourself. The question comes at 2:51.

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