Future admits that at one point of his career, he became unhappy with the lights and cameras.
During his rise to super-stardom the “Purple Reign” MC stated that his move to Beverly Hills is actually what made him want to move back to Atlanta, GA where he is originally from.
“It’s a dream, to come from where I come from and say you have a house in Beverly Hills, But I’m not happy. This is not who I am. I don’t like jogging. I still have people coming over, playing loud music in a quiet neighborhood. I still have my family coming around, going through my refrigerator, eating up all my food—but that’s what I love. That’s what keeps me grounded.”
A southern man indeed who believes in family and friend comforts also admitted that he felt lonely on his rise to the top.
“Being around my friends that love me, they see things that I can’t see, because when you up, they can still see the bottom,” he added. “And I just had a talk with myself, like, I’m not happy doing this. I’m not happy in this expensive car, riding around, lonely. Having nobody to really talk to. I need to go back home. If it was a time like this, and I was riding around lonely, I could just pull up to my grandma’s house and have her fix me something to eat.”
The full interview, which was taped during his “Purple Reign” tour, is set to air this evening at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.