Future doesn't plan to collaborate with T-Pain anytime soon.
The "Honest" rapper sat with MTV's Sway to talk about his album and his 'beef' with T-Pain.
Last year Pain posted a photo on Instagram claiming that the rapper stole his style. After recently hearing that T-Pain wanted to work with him, Future says it probably won't happen.
"I would've worked with him, easy, before he made those comments," he said."[But] when he took the jab at me I pretty much just lost all respect for him."
He also believes that Pain should have addressed him face to face before he voiced his opinions on social media.
"Why Me?" he continued. "You could've talked to me off the record, or got in contact with me. Before I got in the game, he wasn't no one I looked up to, but he was someone that I loved his songs. He had the radio on lock. I came in the game on 'Tony Montana,' I came in on a song like I'm Sprung,' singing auto-tune. Then I did 'Turn on the Lights,' — that don't sound like no T-Pain."
Future says that he's lost all respect for the rapper and believes that it's too late for him to refute his previous statements.
"I don't look at him the same no more, because you've gotta respect the man as a man," Future said. "You can't say something then try to take it back. I know how you really feel. You can't show your hand and try to hide it again. It ain't like I got into beef with him, I just wanna stay as far away from that situation as possible. "