Much like country-turned-pop star Taylor Swift, Future has been known to enjoy shading an ex or two in his music.
But while Swift usually keeps her lyrical digs inconspicuous, the 37-year-old rapper prefers to have no questions left unanswered.
Such is the case regarding a shady line said to be from one of Future's unreleased songs, which apparently began circulating the web Wednesday evening.
In the audio clip, Future first says, "Then it's over," spits a few inaudible bars, then clearly states, "Tell Steve Harvey I don't want her."
A few months later, Lori began dating 34-year-old actor Michael B. Jordan, but the two didn't go public with their romance until January of this year. Soon enough, each of their respective Instagram grids were packed with stunning photos of the sizzling couple, and the public "I love you" proclamations followed suit.
What's interesting about Future shading his ex is that it's not like he's still pining after her, or rather, he shouldn't be considering he's been dating rapper Dess Dior since late last year.
Though Future, Lori, Steve nor MBJ have commented on the leaked snippet, Future did retweet a cryptic message that many on Twitter took to be another dig at his ex.
"(Respect to all women) I BOUGHT THAT B---H A PATEK," read the tweet, which Future has since removed from his page.
Indeed, he did. In July of last year, the rapper posted on the same social media platform, "Buy her a Patek if u love her."
A Patek Philippe watch typically averages between $16,000 and $23,000, except for that one time in 2019 when the Swiss brand sold the most expensive watch ever: a $31.19 million steel Grandmaster Chime Ref.
As for Future, he's likely not too thrilled to be seeing his buddy and professional colleague, Drake, spending all sorts of time with MBJ, either.
Will this unreleased track include a line about him, too?