October 20, 2013: It's Going DOWWWWWWNNNN!!! MediaTakeOut spoke with a person IN THE KNOW who told us that Drake and Future CAME TO BLOWS yesterday . . . . just hours before they were set to perform FOR A PACKED CROWD!!!
According to our snitch, Drake is still ALL IN HIS FEELINGS over a comment that Future made about his album to Billboard magazine. Future allegedly said the following just afew days before the tour was supposed to start, "Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn't grab you. They're not possessive; they don't make you feel the way I do."
Inititally Drake KICKED FUTURE OFF his tour. But when Future threatened to sue - Drake took him back. But Drake still felt SOME TYPE OF WAY about what Future said about him.
Fast forward to last night. According to OUR TRUSTED INSIDER, Drake and his entourage had a run in with Future and his people back stage at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The insider explained, "One of Drake's people said something to one of Future's people . . . and it POPPED." The insider added, "It was a lot of pushing, not many punches - but Drake was definitely in the middle getting it in."
The insider added, "Drake is not the sensitive n*gga that I thought he was. He was in the middle handling his business like a G." And as for Future? The insider added, "He was in there two, but not like Drake."
Hours later the concert was cancelled, due to an "unexplained technical issue." The concert promoters rescheduled the concert for Wednesday December 18th.
This concert is going to be good. We were ALREADY gonna buy tickets for the concert . . . now we HAVE TO BUY SOME!!!
According to urban gossip site MTO, members of Drake and Future’s entourage clash backstage the Wells Fargo Center after tension grew intense, forcing the concert promoters pull the plug on the show just moments before the scheduled start time.“Due to the elaborate nature of tonight’s show and an unexpected mechanical issue, Drake’s ‘Would You Like A Tour’ concert at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia has been postponed until Wednesday, December 18,” Wells Fargo Center spokeswoman Rebecca Goodman said in a statement