Metro Boomin Posts Photo of Him, Future, and The Weeknd: 'The Biggest 3'

Metro shared the photo alongside the arrival of the trio's new music video for "We Still Don't Trust You."

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In another wild turn of events, Metro Boomin declared himself, Future, and The Weeknd "the biggest 3" in a new Instagram post.

Putting the discussion to rest with their new collaboration "All to Myself" from the new Metro and Future album We Still Don't Trust You, the picture might be somewhat ill-timed. While The Weeknd laughed off his diss toward Drake in his Instagram Stories, the 6 God apparently called him out in a leaked track, which some believe is AI-generated.

"They could never diss my brothers, baby," Weeknd sings on the track. "When they got leaks in they operation/I thank God that I never signed my life away."

It's a little ominous that the potential Drake leak arrives after Abel's line about "leaks in they operation."

The verse led many to believe that Weeknd was expressing his happiness with not following the paths of fellow R&B crooners, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Roy Woods and Majid Jordan, who all signed to Drake's OVO Sound, albeit not being prioritized like the label head.

Also on We Still Don't Trust You, The Weeknd appeared on the titular track, for which a music video dropped on Saturday (Apr. 13). While the song doesn't make any references to Drizzy, the trio has seemed to show their allegiance against him as the hip-hop vs. Drake feud intensifies.

“They could never diss my brothers, baby… When they got leaks in they operation. I thank God that I never signed my life away.”

— The Weeknd on “All To Myself” #WeSTILLDontTrustYou

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) April 12, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

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