All signs are pointing to a City Boy summer and Future will be providing the soundtrack. He has announced a new album and the visuals are nothing short of epic.

It seems Future’s next 18 years are going to be filled with a lot of highs and lows. His newest child’s mother is playing hardball.

Future's in love and it seems that his toxic traits have found a new place to reside-on social media targeting his newly confirmed sixth baby mama, Eliza Reign. On Thursday (May 21), one week after releasing his highly anticipated album, High Off Life, Future's "high" didn't remain for long after he took to Twitter to attack his newly acquired baby mama. The seemingly unprovoked verbal attack went down three-weeks after Eliza Reign won her first court battle against Future in their paternity suit winning a whopping $53,000 a month in child support, but the two are headed back to court after Eliza claims that Future has been on a smear campaign to make her look bad-evident by his toxic tweetstorm that took place later that evening.

It seems that this time of quarantine and social distancing has given Gucci Mane time to evaluate some of his industry beefs.

In his feature cover story XXL's Spring 2020 issue, Future revealed he is still coping with the "Lucid Dreams" untimely passing. He stated that he "It was heartbreaking about Juice. Still to this day, I’m heartbroken," and added, "Rest in peace to Juice WRLD. He’s a great artist. He had so much more to do."

The toxic gawd doesn't want us knowing pertinent information like his financials and paternity details BOSSIP reports. The "March Madness" rapper has filed court papers pleading with the Florida family court judge to let him off the hook in having to share his financial income or take a paternity test.

Leave it to Twitter to find humor in the current pandemic plaguing the world, the coronavirus. Social media has resurrected those hilarious "Toxic Future" memes and but spinning them to reflect the current health crisis t is facing.

Drake surprised fans with two new songs, but one of the songs has Twitter in an uproar.

Drake and Future seem to be dropping hints that new music is coming soon.

Future and one of his baby mamas are getting their day in court, but not to resolve their paternity case.