Future wants ex-fiancee Ciara to be happy but will take time accepting Russell Wilson
30 June 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Rapper Future talked about his former fiancée Ciara in a Rolling Stone interview and despite wanting what is best for her, he revealed that it will take time for him to accept Russell Wilson.
Future graced the July 14-28 issue of the magazine and the rapper talked about his former relationship with Ciara. Future and Ciara announced their engagement back in October 2013 and days later, Ciara reveled that she was pregnant with their first son together. Their son, Future Jr ., was welcomed back in 2014. Three months after they welcomed their first child, their relationship was in the spotlight as Future allegedly cheated on Ciara.
He shared with the magazine, "I was scared as s—t. I was one step away from being married, and I feel like I failed publicly in relationships. Then you want to go back to doing music, to what you know. And if the people didn't accept you again, the one thing you feel like you can fall back on, it walked away from you. You feel like it's over."
After the split, the two have not been in good terms. Just this January, Future took to Twitter to say someone has control problems adding, “I gotta go through lawyers to see babyfuture…the f–kery for 15k a month.” Ciara sued the rapper for libel and the case is ongoing.
As for the custody battle about their two-year-old son, Future shared, "I can't deal with it. I can't even think about it," he says. "I never imagined my life would be like that: 'I'm going to sue you and take away from you.' I don't know how to deal with something like that. All I know is record, record, record, record."
He also said that he never wished Ciara to fail as he wants her to be successful and to be happy. Future said that if she is happy, he will be happy as they are attached and connected for life.
As for Ciara’s engagement to the NFL star, Future shared, "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."
Ciara is yet to comment.