Future Allegedly Preparing To Countersue Ciara

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Future isn’t going down as easy as we’d thought. The famous rapper and father of Ciara’s son, Baby Future, is now putting his best foot forward to countersue his ex-fiancee, pop singer Ciara.

The current fiancee of NFL star Russell Wilson recently took the media by storm when news surfaced that she dropped a $15 million lawsuit against Future earlier in the month. The suit claimed defamation of character. However, according to TMZ, sources are claiming that the allegations are absurd – especially since Ciara has since dropped her tell-all song, ‘I Bet,’ which was about Future and their past relationship.

“You know that it hurts your pride but you thought the grass was greener on the other side,” sings Ciara in the track released last year. “I bet you start loving me as soon as I start loving someone else. Somebody better than you,” it continues.

While Future just might have the grounds to sue her, it’s hard not to point out the fact that the lyrics of the song aren’t nearly as negative as the lyrics that he has used to describe Ciara in some of his hits since their breakup.

Earlier in the year, he called her the “b-word” via Twitter and even claimed that she had “control problems.” He also criticized her parenting skills after the singer had first went public with dating Wilson.

It is still unknown as to whether Future has yet received her lawsuit. TMZ caught a processor attempting to serve him papers while he was leaving the Los Angeles International Airport, however, she was unsuccessful.

With their one-year-old son, Future Zahir, in the center of all this mess, we at NaturallyMoi do hope that the two parents can move past their petty battle and come to a conclusion that is best for their child.

So, what are your thoughts on this situation? Do you think the two of them need to just let it go and move on with their lives? Or is it all worth the drama?

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