While some people adore Future's ratchet and drug-filled lyrics, others like OG Maco find it demeaning. Despite the two having contrasting styles and viewpoints on life, they managed to patch things up and find a happy medium after talking on the phone Monday (July 13).

According to OG Maco, he had a conversation with Future to discuss the statements he made about him "destroying countless lives" with his music.

"Saltue @Future. We just had a real n---- conversation. The media and hate will turn positives into negatives if you let em. No more ?s," Maco tweeted. The "U Guessed It" rapper even clowned himself and plugged his two records "Bless Me" and "Lord Have Mercy" as his "bible verses" after Future pegged him as a gospel artist during his interview with Huffington Post.

Before working things out amicably, Future did have some words for the newly named XXL Freshmen. "He need to start rapping church bible verses, and then he won't have an opinion on hip-hop. He'll talk about Kirk Franklin," spewed Future.

The "F--- Up Some Commas" rhymer continued to thrash the youngster by saying, "OG Maco gonna have to see me and stay that to my face. All That Twitter, I'm not with that. But he should say that to me. When I see him, I'ma see him, and if he don't say nothing, I'm not gonna respect it. But if he say it in my face, he not gonna get the response I'm saying right now. But besides that, I'ma go live my life and not think about him."

Not too long ago, OG ragged on Travi$ Scott for attempting to steal the sound of Atlanta, with his new single "3500." He recanted his statement after receiving some backlash on Twitter. Check out OG Maco's tweets below.

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