Future Talks Ciara & Russell Wilson, “It’s Something That’ll Take More Time For Me”

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It appears that no matter how many times Future gets hit with a defamation lawsuit from his ex-fiance, Ciara, the Purple Sprite king just can’t stop talking about his distaste for Cici and Russell Wilson’s relationship with he and Ciara’s son Future Zahir.

Future recently sat down for an in-depth interview for his cover shoot with Rolling Stone and the “Wicked” rapper opened about how he feels about Ciara and Russell Wilson creating a new family life with Baby Future.

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The battle looms large in Future’s mind. As he steers his black Ferrari along a freeway one afternoon, a blunt in his left hand, he lets out a weird, extended half-groan, half-laugh – it lasts maybe 15 seconds – when I remind him we’re doing his first interview since Ciara’s suit. “I can’t deal with it,” he says, eyes hidden by reflector shades. “I can’t even think about it. I never imagined my life would be like that: ‘I’m going to sue you and take away from you.'” The studio, then, becomes a place to hide, too: “I don’t know how to deal with something like that,” he says. “All I know is record, record, record, record.”

A source close to Ciara accused Future of wishing failure upon her, but he denies that. “I would never wish that,” he says. “Her being successful, her being happy, helps me.” He starts addressing her directly. “I’m attached to you. If you’re happy, I’m happy. You’re connected for life. I don’t want you to go through this shit and for it to come back on my son, my kid. I want you to be in the best situation.”

He tries to explain, elliptically, why it upset him to see Wilson with his son, and why it’s a topic he wants to avoid going forward. “It’s something that’ll take more time for me. It ain’t even about [him] playing daddy. I don’t even want to think about it. That’s my son forever. My son is going to be able to read this. He’s going to be able to look at those pictures. He’s going to be able to have a judgment for himself, and have a conversation with me man-to-man. That’s my blood. He is me. I am him. We is one.”

Hopefully, the three of them can come to a place where they can all be in the same room and embrace one another with nothing but love.

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