Despite his stellar success this year, Future still isn’t happy. In a recent interview with XXL, the Atlanta trap king opened up about his feelings regarding his son’s mother, Ciara, her relationship with Seahawks star Russell Wilson, and the fact that he feels left out of some major parenting decisions.

According to Future, Ci-Ci is just being “evil,” and keeping their son around another man while in the public eye just to spite him in light of his recent success. He also addressed the alleged Meek Mill diss line everyone says he dropped on his & Drake‘s new album. Don’t worry, there’s no hate on either side for Future & Meek.

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On Russell being around baby Future:

“I’m telling you right now, I’m giving you two sides. Like, I’m cool with it. I’m cool with him being around him but certain situations, we all in the public eye, you can’t move around with my son a certain kind of way, you know what I’m saying? I feel like a lot of moves are just made out of just being evil, basically. Because, you know, the success of my album and you still want to make certain moves to take the spotlight off me a little bit and shed light on a negative situation. Why would you want to put light on a negative situation? Even if I didn’t care about it, the people have a way of looking at it. Why would you want to give these people an opinion on our kid? Why won’t we just let our child be a child?”

On Meek:

“On some real shit, I love Meek. And the Drake situation, I feel like genuinely we’ve been building a great relationship over these years. We got history together. We went on a few tours together so it was like, publicly, some things was said and it was took out of context. And even with the situation coming out, we put it all behind us, went on a sold out tour and we built from that and I feel like it’s genuine, it’s authentic and we built trust between each other. So with trust it’s just bringing us closer because in this industry, as you get bigger, I feel like you lose trust for everyone around you. You feel like the people you come in contact with, you can’t trust them. So I feel like it had to happen over years, that couldn’t happen over a few months.”

Read the full interview here. The issue hits newsstands September 28.