Today, someone noticed that did not lead to the official website of the rapper, but rather a photo of Future, and an advertisement that the domain was for sale.

While many have assumed the URL had been hacked by a member of the #FutureHive, or was perhaps the work of Future himself, a quick Twitter search shows that the URL had been purchased by someone other than Maco a while back, and never served as his website.

It seems whoever owns the domain has been trying to pawn it off for months now, but probably changed the graphic to Future fairly recently.

If you haven't been following, Maco caught some heat for comments about Future's music last week, claiming the rapper had "destroyed countless lives" by encouraging drug addiction, referring to his latest project as "56 Xans".

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