Just a few days ago, Future hit the HuffingtonPost, where he laughed about Ciara & Russell Wilson’s decision to abstain from sex.
Ciara responded with a few digs of her own, stating that Future should be more focused on being a good parent (click HERE if you missed that).
Now that CiCi has brought up parenting, Future, the father of 4 kids from 4 baby mamas, has alot to say about Ciara introducing their son to her new relationship so soon and he shared his feelings in his Breakfast Club interview yesterday.
Details + watch full interview below…
“I swear, man, I’m not thinking about her.
I mean, I want her to be totally happy. Like you gotta understand, you want a person to be happy [but] I’m not bitter.
People think I’m bitter because she moved on. But I’m good. I’m taking care of me. I don’t need him — she needs him.
The rapper also expressed anger at Ciara (aka Baby Mama #4) for allowing her new boyfriend, NFL quarterback Russell Wilson, to push his son in a stroller after knowing him for only a few months.
Future states during the interview:
Of course I wouldn’t want someone pushing my son.
Like, that’s the No. 1 rule. Like, if I was a kid and my mom had a dude pushing me, I would’ve jumped out of the stroller and slapped the s–t out of… you never do that in our community. You don’t even bring a man around your son. You know this dude for a few months and you’re bringing him around your kid?
Who does that? Nobody does that!
VIDEO: Future – Breakfast Club Interview (07/16/15)
Welp… here we go again. Future clearly feels ‘some kinda way’ about his son being included in Ciara’s public new relationship and many agree with him on that point.
Did Ciara introduce her son into the equation too soon??
Many online skeptics feel that children should never be introduced into a relationship that isn’t leading to marriage, but who’s to say Russell & Ciara aren’t on that path? Whatever the case, this dispute should probably be handled by the couple OFFLINE instead of ONLINE…. but since they’re taking it public, I guess they’re banking on the ‘public’ to decide who’s right and who’s wrong. *sigh*