Future - Blood On the Money

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Future cops to hanging out with the "all the killers and the robbers" in his DS2 track "Blood on the Money," so it's not entirely surprising to finding him attending a funeral in the video for the grey-days boom tune. The clip, which is now online, has him trying to forget his problems to salute the fallen.

As you'll see above, the rather grim scenario has Future standing in the rain, helping heap chains and cut flowers on a soon-to-be buried casket. The ceremony finds other attendees eyeballing each other before heading into a damaging flashback that shows the circumstances of the death in question. 

"I know the devil is real," Future spits in a separate scene, handling the wheel as he navigates his way through a storm before digging up the past via an disturbing plot twist.

You'll find out more about the grave situation above.
-- Exclaim!


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