Future Gave His 5-Year-Old Son A Rolex For His Birthday

May 20, 2019 / Posted by:

In my experience, 5-year-old children are nearly impossible to shop for. It doesn’t matter what you give them, they get all excited by the box but then as soon as the box is opened and the gift unwrapped, they drop whatever book, toy or stuffed animal you carefully selected baring in mind the child’s current interests and abilities, utter a begrudging “thank you” when prompted by their guardian, and immediately move on to the next wrapped box. This cycle will repeat until all the boxes have been opened and all the adults’ feelings have been hurt by the child’s brazen lack of interest in their carefully selected offering. The lesson here is that it really doesn’t matter what you put in the box, so don’t sweat it! Future recently had to learn this lesson the expensive way when he gifted his 5-year-old son, Future Jr., a very expensive looking Rolex watch.

Here’s Baby Future performing the ritual act of receiving. It’s unclear if Full Grown Future was present at the birthday party, but it doesn’t appear to he him actually presenting the gift (unless Future spends as much on manicures as he does on clothes). But it’s the thought that counts, right?

Accompanied with a quote about the feeling of a father’s love as transmuted into tangible luxury goods, Future himself posted the poignant moment when Baby Future first realized that the exchange of material goods would be the love language between him and his father from here on out.


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“It was somethin bout that rollie when it first touched my wrist” -Meek

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Baby Future’s step dad Russell Wilson also took the opportunity of using Future Jr.’s big day to make a point.

That hat’s an epic troll and not only am I here for it, I’ve waited 5 long years for it to come (much like he waited 5 years to come. In Ciara). Anyway, I hope somebody also thought to get Furture Jr. a safe deposit box and a high interest savings account so he can start planning for his future (therapy bills).

Pic: Wenn.com

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