Is Ciara freaking out over nothing? | The Tylt
Ciara is worried that rapper Future, her ex and father of their son Baby Future, is going to murder her fiancé Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. But critics are rolling their eyes at the "Goodies" singer for being over-the-top.
Is Ciara overreacting?
Well... Ciara filed a defamation lawsuit against Future claiming he's made threats against Russell. After all ... the lyrics to Future's "Juice (Project E.T. Esco Terrestrial)" are:
Tryna f*** my baby mama, dog what's up with you? You gon' make me get that heat, I'm pulling up on you.
Does Ciara have a reason to be worried about the safety of Russell?
Future's fans and Ciara's critics don't think so. Some say—just like her hit 2007 single—she "can't leave 'em alone" in reference to Future. Critics are blasting Ciara for not letting go of the past. But Ciara's supporters believe her, saying she wouldn't go through the trouble if Future wasn't causing problems in her personal life. But ...
What do you think: #ChillOutCiara or #ListenToCiara?
Is Ciara freaking out over nothing?
If I was Russell Wilson I would've left Ciara bc she is clearly not over Future— woodstock (@DutchMasterDior) July 5, 2016
Ciara gonna lose Russell Wilson worrying so much about everything Future say and do— Queen. † (@youLOVEtia_) July 5, 2016
Ciara should kill future with kindness. Leave him alone, give him everything he wants as far as his child is concerned & ignore him.— Cersei (@CrazyClarine) July 5, 2016
Also don't know what Future has said to Ciara in private. If he's aggressive and disrespectful in public, chances he's 10x worse privately.— Rowan Pope (@Liberienne) July 5, 2016
I see everyone is bashing Ciara but none of them are parents to children with a rapper/celebrity as a father 🤔— CIB (@CourtneyIsadore) July 5, 2016
People love to hate Ciara. Future drops a song once again mentioning her and her fiancé and that's somehow Ciara's fault?— g (@Dayaleexoxo) July 5, 2016
It's seriously like watching the media trying to blackball Ciara as this stuck-up, bougie, vengeful ex when she is none of the above.— N I C H O L Λ S (@Creat1ve) July 5, 2016