Lori Harvey and Future caused quite the stir when they seemed to confirm their relationship.
Not only because there have been rumors floating around about the pair dating, but also due to the fact that Harvey was linked to Sean “Diddy” Combs just a few months ago.
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Lori shared some photos of herself with the Freebandz leader on her Instagram Story a few days ago. She did it as they hung out in Jamaica for her 23rd birthday.
Future posted a photo of himself and Harvey as well and wrote “Life is Good” in the caption, which is the name of his new song with Drake.
Plus, Harvey shared a picture of herself sporting a black bikini and also wrote “Life is Good” in the caption.
Even Harvey’s mother Marjorie Harvey joined the fun and seemed to approve of her daughter dating the Atlanta rapper. “Don’t ever be afraid to choose your own path. Keep shining baby….. life is good 💎,” wrote the mom on Jan. 13.
People have been leaving a slew of comments under Harvey and Future’s Instagram page since those posts, and they’ve been doing the same on Combs’ page.
That’s because the 50-year-old posted a video on Monday that showed part of his extravagant home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Holmby Hills, and he played “Life is Good” in the background.
“Present Frequency!” Combs captioned the clip.
But it wasn’t the caption that people commented on, it was “Life is Good” being played. Because to some it meant that Combs approves of Harvey and Future being together.
Rumors of the Bad Boy founder and Harvey being a couple started in March 2019, and in October it was reported that they parted ways.
“😂😂🤣🤣 beautiful view❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ hold up is that Future u playing in the background 😂😂😂😂😂I’m hollering… #vibration,” wrote one Instagram user.
“Future got the best view with lori on a pool,” another person stated.
“Wasn’t I just talking about Lori going from Diddy to dang Future and then this is posted,” wrote someone else. “lmao I can’t with any of them.”
There were others who seemed to believe that Combs was throwing a shot at Future by playing “Life is Good,” but a photo that was shared on Jan. 2 by Combs may suggest otherwise.
Because it showed the New York native standing with the “Fine China” rapper along with other celebs, and they attended an NBA game together as well.