In a new interview with MTV's Sway, rising Atlanta artist Rich Homie Quan says his mention of Future on his recent track "A Nigga" was misinterpreted: 

I'm back like the future, nigga
Quan, you the future, boy
Don't confuse me with Future, nigga
Ooh, pockets fat, retribution, nigga

"In that, where did I diss Future?" says Quan. "I never dissed him. I never disrespected him as a man... but, you know, blogs will take stuff and blow it out of proportion... it's clarification. There's no beef."

Quan says the lines stemmed from comparisons that've been made between the two artists, which Future commented on in an earlier interview with Sway.

"I started this" he said. "You use the same pattern. You can't use the same pattern that Future uses. You can't say, 'turn up." You gotta say another word. Make the world feel what you saying... You sound like Future. You can't just have the same rhyme patterns as Future. People gon' put you in the Future category." 

That's pretty much it. Listen to "A Nigga" and peep both interviews below. 

(Also, you can read all the words to "A Nigga" over at GotBars.)