Read Future’s Reaction After Ciara Took Their Son to See Russell Wilson

Future, Ciara, Russell Wilson

Read Future’s Reaction After Ciara Took Their Son to See Russell Wilson

Toddler's visit to training camp didn't sit well with rapper.

Published August 3, 2015

The co-parenting dynamic between Future and Ciara hit another bump this weekend after the “I Bet” singer was photographed taking their son to see her boyfriend, Russell Wilson.


CiCi’s latest public outing with Baby Future and Wilson was at the Seattle Seahawks' players training camp Friday, and in one photo, the toddler hugs his mommy's new man.

Babies are generally pretty happy about life so they tend to hug and blow kisses at just about anybody, yet the embrace, (or maybe a buildup of things) caught the rapper’s eye. He tweeted, "Never make a permanent decision over a temporary circumstance," followed by, "and don't direct my tweets to no punk a** h**."  

Future has made it known that he doesn't agree with his son being around Wilson, hinting at the photo-ops being a publicity stunt during an interview with Power 105.1's the Breakfast Club last month. On the contrary, all of Future’s baby mother’s (and likely, their children) met Ciara, at some point, before she gave birth to their son. There’s even a possibility that he had his other children around Ciara.

Now that Baby Future has arrived, the rules have changed, and T.I., whose wife, Tiny, has embraced his biological children as her own, shares Future’s views. “I’d go the F**K OFF bro!!! S**t outta line to me…But that’s just me,” he wrote on Hot 97 host Ebro Darden’s post about Wilson and Ciara.

The big debate is still swirling through social media, with solid arguments for both sides. Some feel that Ciara is disrespecting Future, and that she and Wilson haven’t been together long enough to involve her son. Others wonder if it’s wrong for a child to have more than one male influence in his life. is your #1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

(Photos from left: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images, Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Written by Latifah Muhammad


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