Rapper Future appears to be using a new song to taunt basketball icon Scottie Pippen over his rumoured fling with the sportsman's wife Larsa.
The retired athlete filed for divorce to end their 19-year marriage in October (16) and Kim Kardashian's best friend appeared to move on with Future, enjoying a number of outings together in California and Miami, Florida, where the hip-hop star filmed a music video in December (16).
However, Scottie and Larsa Pippen have since worked out their marital issues and the couple reunited earlier this month (Feb17), with the sportsman even gushing about their "stronger than ever" family of six on social media on Valentine's Day (14Feb17).
Now Future has seemingly fired shots at the former Chicago Bulls star over the short-lived romance with his then-estranged wife in the lyrics for his new track Rent Money.
"I make blogs with ya b**ch cause I'm ruthless," Ciara's ex-fiance boasts on the song, while in another line, he spits, "I just slam dunked ya b**ch, hall of fame."
Pippen was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010.
He has yet to comment on the apparent lyrical jab.
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