Richey explained the reason for his absence in a post to his Instagram Story on Thursday (January 12). He claimed it was his own volition.
Real Boston Richie has addressed his departure from Future’s One Big Party tour and deny claims that he was expelled.
“Fuck I look like gettn took off da tour,” he wrote with a laughing emoji. “I’m locked in gettn this music in order for this album. I’m tryna drop that trapping and finessing joint!”
In 2022, the two started working together. On Richey’s self-titled album, Public Housing, Future made appearances on two tracks. Lil Durk, Moneybagg Yo, and Kodak Black also make an appearance at the celebrity-studded event.
Future and Richey spent the afternoon in the Governor’s Square Mall in Tallahassee, Florida, where they distributed $10,000 worth of clothing and shoes, following the filming of the music video for the PH cut “Bulls eye 2.”
“If we’re going to be positive, if we’re going to make music, if we’re going to try to get everybody into a better lifestyle, everybody’s got to be willing to change,” Richey told the Tallahassee Democrat. “If not, you got to watch from the bleachers until your mind is made up.”
In addition, Future sent Real Boston Richey an FBG chain when the project was released.
On the six-city “One Big Party” tour, Richey was one of the selected guests. The journey began on January 7 on Saturday in Houston and will end on January 13 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Despite losing an opening act, Future is enjoying a fantastic year. The Atlanta singer-songwriter beat out other rapper like Drake to become the only rapper to spend the full year 2022 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Pluto’s ninth studio album, I NEVER LIKED YOU, had a part in helping him to spend a total of 52 weeks at the top of the charts. The number-one song in the charts in 2022 according to Apple Music was “WAIT 4 U” by Drake and Tems.
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