This 2015 Ciara Interview Might Explain The Animosity Future Has Towards Russell Wilson

This 2015 Ciara Interview Might Explain The Animosity Future Has Towards Russell Wilson

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Published January 18th

Upon receiving the highly anticipated album The Wizrd, Future’s cult-following paused their streaming to tune in to a compelling tell-all sit-down the rapper was having with Big Bank Black of Beats 1. Earlier this week, Mass Appeal dropped an intimate mini-doc featuring many of Fewtch’s closest industry peers discussing the growth of the Dirty Sprite emcee. However, in this particular conversation, the ATL-bred trapster divulged about life as a co-parent with his ex-fianceé Ciara and went off about the “And I” songstress’ husband, Russell Wilson.

He’s highly irritated that Russell began developing a relationship with Baby Future, long before he was given the chance. Fewtch went on to to vent about the Seattle Seahawks' quarterback “[doing] exactly what she tell him to do,” and claimed that Ciara didn’t attempt to have Russell meet her son’s father until after they were married. However, thanks to CiCi stans, a 2015 interview has unearthed where the singer admits that her ex is telling a bald-faced lie.

  1. "I did reach out to my son's father to have him and Russell meet," she stated

    The "Level Up" singer confessed that in the early stages of their relationship, she "was very involved" with Future's other children and felt how he'd been reacting towards Russell's blossoming relationship with their child, through social media outbursts and lawsuits, that it was a double standard.

  2. "I don't know what more they would expect for me to do," she continued

    Ciara also said that Future rejected the offer to meet with Russell, prior to him meeting their son. It's not mentioned when that meeting was proposed, but a month before this chat with CBS Morning, she and Russell went public with their relationship. The Wilsons didn't tie the knot until July of 2016.

    You can retract those sentiments at any time, Nayvadius.

    Peep the full interview below.

Written by Mya Abraham

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