Aside from the excitement of the Atlanta Falcons' home-field playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, fans had a bird’s-eye view set on trap music rap star Future’s attendance during the football match.
And now that Atlanta has proven victory over Seattle, sources have reported that Fewtch has sent a friendly reminder of the W to his former flame Ciara and her Seahawks quarterback husband, Russell Wilson, in the form of a Matt Ryan jersey.
Many fans threw a foul play flag on the rapper when he showed face at the game on Saturday (Jan. 14), where Ciara and Wilson were also certain to appear. Fewtch, who is an Atlanta native, seemed to be on his best behavior anyway, as reports claimed he stayed on the sidelines with the Falcons' players cheering on his home team.
Prior to the match, however, it was the fans who played petty for the playoff showdown. Using Fewtch as the stone to kill two birds, some fans rallied a performance via petition from him that they’d hope would simultaneously ruffle Wilson’s feathers. While they didn’t get the pleasure of such a performance, Future did reportedly handle his team’s win in another fashion.
According to Hollywood Life, the rapper sent a heap of Matt Ryan jerseys to the R&B songstress for their 2-year-old son, Future Jr.
“Future loves his Falcons and was so impressed with Matt Ryan’s performance that immediately after the game he sent several child-size Ryan jerseys to Ciara and Russell for his son to wear,” a source allegedly revealed. “He doesn’t think it’s being petty. He plans on bringing Future Jr. to the next playoff game and wants his son to support the Falcons and be part of the winning squad with a phenomenal quarterback as they make a run for the Super Bowl.”
Knocking back some of the petty hearsay, TMZ also reported that he showed up off the strength of a personal invite, sources alleged. His relationship with several players from the Falcons prompted the visit for their first playoff game, and he was there with no ill will for Ciara nor Wilson.
Way to be a team player, Fewtch.
See a photo from Future’s attempt at undercover status during the game below.
(Photo from left: Jason Merritt/Getty Images, Ethan Miller/Getty Images for New Era)