Metro Boomin Calls Out People Scared to Post His Album Amid Feud with Drake; Fans think Metro is talking about 21 Savage

Metro Boomin Addresses Rappers Who Are 'Scared To Post' His Album with Future, Amid Speculation Involving 21 Savage and Drake

Metro Boomin Sparks Speculation with Comments on Rappers' Support for "We Don't Trust You" Album
In the ever-evolving landscape of hip-hop, Metro Boomin's recent tweet have stirred up speculation and raised eyebrows within the industry. The acclaimed producer hinted at a rift among rappers regarding the promotion of his and Future's latest album, "We Don't Trust You."

While Metro didn't delve into specifics, his cryptic message on social media hinted at a reluctance among certain artists to publicly endorse the project. Following the album's chart-topping debut on the Billboard 200, Metro took to Twitter to express his observations, suggesting that some rappers were hesitant to share the album with their followers.
The enigmatic tweet sparked a flurry of speculation among fans, with many pointing fingers at 21 Savage as the potential target of Metro's comments. As a frequent collaborator of both Metro Boomin and Drake, 21 Savage's silence on social media since the album's release raised eyebrows and fueled speculation about potential tensions behind the scenes.

Metro Boomin Says Rappers Are Scared To Support His Album With Future:

Metro Boomin's previous statements about "picking a side" in relation to "We Don't Trust You" further intensified the scrutiny surrounding the album's promotion. The apparent fallout between Drake and Rick Ross, who features on the album, added another layer of complexity to the situation. Rozay's decision to unfollow Drake on Instagram and his public display of support for Kendrick Lamar's diss verse on "Like That" hinted at underlying tensions within the hip-hop community.

As the speculation continues to mount, the dynamics between artists in the hip-hop world remain as intriguing as ever. Metro Boomin's cryptic remarks and the subsequent fallout highlight the complexities of navigating relationships and alliances within the industry. As fans eagerly await further developments, one thing is certain: the drama surrounding "We Don't Trust You" has brought hip-hop's competitive spirit to the forefront once again.

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