Future Agrees With A Fan’s Claim That ‘Hndrxx’ Could Have Stopped Michael Jackson’s Rise In The 80’s
It’s safe to say fans are giving Future the side-eye after a recent Instagram post has gone viral. On Friday (Mar.12) a fan made a bold claim that if Future’s 2017 album, “Hndrxx” came out in 1982, it would have hindered the success of pop legend, Michael Jackson.
“If HNDRXX woulda came out in 1982 MJ woulda never blew up.”
The ‘Mask Off’ rapper shared the fan’s tweet on his Instagram Story and seemingly agreed with the message. Along with a screenshot of the tweet, he wrote:
It was a pretty bold statement considering the fact that in 1982, Michael Jackson released his sixth studio album, Thriller which went on to be diamond-certified and included classics like “Billie Jean,” “Beat It,” “P.Y.T.,” and “Humane Nature”. Not to mention, Michael Jackson had already achieved major success in the previous decade, as the lead singer of the Jackson 5.
Fans quickly commented on social media in shock of the bold claim.
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