It was revealed this week that after a year and a half of disputing Eliza Reign's claims of being the mother of his child, Future was confirmed to be a 99.99999% match with the baby. The news broke just one day after the rapper sent out personalized messages to many of his baby mamas on Twitter, intentionally leaving out Eliza. After learning that he likely has to claim another child, Future reacted ruthlessly on Twitter with some cryptic messages.

"Teach these hoes how to keep they business off the internet," wrote Pluto. "U run to the internet. I can’t speak the truth ima log off."

That last statement seems to point to Future still attempting to hide his paternity of 1-year-old Reign Wilburn. Clearly, he's feeling some type of way over how this was revealed to the world. Still, the toxicity inside of him isn't letting him simply own up to his baby. 

In music-related news, Future was recently featured on the new NAV album Good Intentions. Delivering a stand-out verse on the album, NAV revealed that it only took the rapper 30 minutes to send back his completed portion of the song, which speaks to his effective work ethic in the studio.