Ciara Is Genuinely Concerned Future Is Going To Murder Russell Wilson, According To Court Docs


If your ex is going to date a professional athlete, I think we can all agree that Russell Wilson would be the pick. He just seems like the nice guy who’s in it for love. He probably calls sex ‘love making.’ He’s also type of dude to ask his Facebook friends for a good book request. Or that guy who writes a positive Yelp review. Oh ya, and he’s not having sex with her. If anything, as an ex lover, you should be sending Russell an Edible Arrangements for keeping her chaste.

But, Future has a different outlook. Ciara’s ex and her baby daddy allegedly is not cool with the Super Bowl winning QB sexing cuddling with the mother of his child.

According to TMZ, Russell Wilson, who is engaged to marry Ciara, is in real danger of being murdered by Future, says the singer herself.

Ciara just filed legal docs in her defamation lawsuit against baby daddy Future, in which she lays out various threats Future has made. In particular, she notes the football emojis with guns pointing in their direction … which Future posted a while back.

She also makes mention of the song he dropped last month, in which he says, “Tryna fuck my baby mama, dog what’s up with you? You gon’ make me get that heat, I’m pulling up on you.”

The singer calls Future’s conduct, “frightening” and “socially irresponsible … where there has been a recent rash of gun violence.”

Poor Russell. The dude just wants to live a virtuous life and throw interceptions at the one yard line. Maybe Wilson should take the ‘run’ advice to heart this time around.

The threatening line appears in Future’s song called “Juice,” which is primarily about O.J. Simpson and double murders.

Couldn’t have said it better myself, Mac…

[h/t TMZ]

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