In a series of tweets on Wednesday, Future referred to an unidentified woman, though likely Molina, as "FRIED" and offered several other thoughts about her, including the claim that "she belong to the streets." In another tweet, he added, "Let the streets cover her tab."
Fans weren't totally sure who Future was talking about until he referenced a clip of Rich The Kid hanging with Molina for a Lil Tjay video shoot in an attempt to troll 6ix9ine. Since the release of 6ix9ine's comeback single, "GOOBA," last Friday, both Rich and Lil Tjay have been caught in their own feud with the 24-year-old rapper.
"Dey using nighas baby momma as props now💀 young nighas TURNT #VERYPROUDOFU," Future typed, prompting a retweet from Rich.
He also offered a tweet with the hashtag "#TREWAY," likely referencing 6ix9ine's former Bloods-inspired catchphrase, while adding, "free da guys."
Shortly after, Molina shot back at Future in an Instagram Story. "With 9 baby mommas, sir you're more for the streets than me 🙄😭," she wrote. (Fact check: Future has six baby mamas.)
6ix9ine may have caught Future's attention by asking for advice on his escalating baby mama issues following the news earlier this week that a DNA test had proved that model Eliza Reign and Future have a 1-year-old daughter together.
"@future what should I do?" 6ix9ine inquired on an Instagram post from The Shade Room regarding a rumor that he asked another woman, who goes by Layna, to stay quiet about his touchy legal situation in exchange for financial support.
Reign previously sued Future for paternity, child support, and custody, requesting the rapper pay $53,000 in child support.
Future initially responded with several statements seemingly reflecting his frustration about the publicity the news was receiving.
To celebrate Mother's Day recently, Future took to Twitter to show love to his five additional baby mamas, including singer Ciara. Since calling off their engagement several years ago, Future and Ciara have never publicly reconciled with one another.
Away from the women in his life, Future Hendrix recently shared the cover art and tracklist for his new album, High Off Life, coming this Friday. Drake, Travis Scott, Young Thug, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Meek Mill, and a couple of others will be featured across 21 songs.