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Future Teases Kanye West Collab Ahead Of “I Never Liked You” Album Arrival

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Future Teases Kanye West Collab Ahead Of "I Never Liked You" Album Arrival

Future Teases Kanye West Collab Ahead Of "I Never Liked You" Album Arrival

Future Teases Kanye West Collab Ahead Of “I Never Liked You” Album Arrival.

One of the titles that hip hop fans are looking most forward to streaming this forthcoming New Music Friday is Future’s I Never Liked You, marking the 38-year-old’s first project since 2020’s joint tape with Lil Uzi Vert, Pluto x Baby Pluto.

While we have yet to receive a tracklist from Hendrixx, the father of seven did reveal the cover art yesterday (April 25th), earning him well over a million double taps. Before that, he kept it stylish on the cover of GQ, who dubbed him “the best rapper alive,” although some (such as Questlove) have challenged that title.

No matter what his haters have to say, Future made it clear during a recent interview that his vision for what’s next involves one thing, and one thing only – billions. With friends like Kanye West in his corner, that feat shouldn’t be hard to achieve.

On Tuesday, April 26th, the “Mask Off” artist hopped on his IG Story to tease what seems to be an upcoming collaboration with Ye in the form of a brief clip. “Cross me so much, I got nails in my hand / City on fire, city on fire,” the 44-year-old spits in the preview.

As Complex notes, it’s entirely possible that the unnamed song could be included on the lineup for I Never Liked You, arriving at midnight on April 29th. During his cover story interview, Future dished on his relationship with Ye, which apparently goes much deeper than it might look on social media. “It’s hard for people to understand, because I don’t put everything on Instagram,” he explained.

Kanye flew me to Paris in 2011 or 2012 to work on music. [Discussing] his clothing line before it came, his shoe business before it came. People don’t know I’ve been able to go to his house, and pull up right into the crib. We just never talked about it.”

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Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm

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Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm

Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm

Strike Not Ending Soon – ASUU President Confirm.

ASUU started its strike on February 14, 2022 and JAC commenced its own on April 14, 2022.

The union embarked on industrial actions while demanding improved welfare packages, better working conditions and implementation of various labour agreements signed with the Federal Government between 2009 and 2020.

The national leaders of ASUU and JAC of SSANU and NASU, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke and Mr Mohammed Ibrahim, respectively told our correspondent that the Federal Government and all stakeholders in the education sector and religious leaders had a meeting with the four unions but no strong agreements were reached.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, was quoted in a report at the weekend as saying, “We had a cordial and fruitful discussion; we looked at the issues dispassionately and reached some agreements, to the satisfaction of everybody in attendance.”

But Osodeke said Ngige’s claim after the meeting that the unions would call off the ongoing strike this week was a political statement.

He said, “We are not aware that we are calling off the strike. We met but there was nothing concrete between us and the government. Like we said before, we do not want promises, we want actions, if they show action and implement all the issues, we will go to our members, but knowing their antecedents, we know they will not do anything.

They promised us since December 2020 and it is going to a year and a half, they have not done anything. We are waiting for them.

“As far as we are concerned, only when they sign our agreements, accept UTAS, release EAA and revitalisation funds will we call the strikes off.”

Emmanuel added that the major progress he could point at during the meeting was the ordering of the National Information Technology Development Agency, by the presidency who was represented by the Chief of Staff to the President and Chairman of the meeting, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, to subject the three payment solutions; Integrated Payroll and Personnel information system , University Transparency and Accountability Solution and University Peculiar Payroll Payment System, to integrity test and submit in three weeks.

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