Future Slams Ciara For Introducing Their 4-Year-Old Son To Russell Wilson Without His Consent

Future Slams Ciara For Introducing Their 4-Year-Old Son To Russell Wilson Without His Consent
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Rapper Future slammed his ex Ciara for letting their four-year-old son meet her husband Russell Wilson without even asking him beforehand. Here’s what he had to say!

As fans know, Future and Ciara are the co-parents of an adorable little boy, but it is a pity he is being used as a reason to start more conflict.

The exes have been through a rollercoaster of sorts ever since they welcomed Future Jr. back in 2014.

The drama just doesn’t seem to end even four years later when Ciara also gave birth to her second baby, daughter Sienna Princess, 1 with her hubby Russell Wilson.

During a Beats1 interview with Big Bank Black, Future recalled how a long time ago, Ciara did not request for his consent to introduce their son to Russell.

And that’s not all! He also claimed that the NFL player is being manipulated and controlled by the singer.

‘He do exactly what she tell him to do.’

Previously, Future also admitted that ‘Of course I would not want someone pushing my son. Like, that is the number one rule. Like, if I was a child and my mom had a dude pushing me, I would have jumped out the stroller. You never do that in our community.’

‘You do not even bring a man around your son. You know this dude for a few months, and you are bringing him around your kid? Who does that? Nobody does that.’

Things have been very sour for these two almost from the very beginning.

They got engaged back in 2013 but soon after, rumors started going around that Future cheated on his fiancée.

They eventually ended up in court despite trying to fix things, and the custody of their baby was not the only thing they battled over.

Ciara filed a $15 million defamation lawsuit against Future after he accused her of using their child for PR reasons.

The rapper dissed her at the time, arguing that she was not famous enough for him to defame her.

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