Future and Ciara went from the top of the charts to the top of the tabloids this week after Future blasted Ciara in an angry Twitter rant and accused her of keeping him from seeing their son, little Future. In the aftermath of the blowup, Ciara’s team denied Future’s claims, but now a new report reveals a possible reason as to why Future initially blew up at his ex.
As previously reported, on Monday, Future tweeted, “The b— got control problems … I gotta go through lawyers to see babyfuture…the f…kry for 15k a month.”
Yesterday, Ciara’s team responded and claimed that Future is angry and jealous that Ciara has moved on with her life, and “that Future uses the situation to promote his music by staying in the press using her name.”
“Future has told her he hopes she fails in everything she does, and that’s just being evil,” the insider said. “He is unable to move on and co-parent in a healthy way.”
Many fans have been wondering where this animosity from Future mysteriously came from, but according to a TMZ report, the straw that broke the camel’s back was when Ciara allegedly ruined a family Christmas dinner planned by Future.
According to the site, Future planned a big Christmas dinner with all of his kids. Sources say that Ciara initially agreed to the dinner, but then stopped communicating with Future and then never showed up with their child.
Future was reportedly furious with Ciara, but sources say this isn’t the first time that Future and Ciara have had communication problems.
The sources say that Future and Ciara haven’t been on speaking terms for a year and that they communicate with each other through a family member. However, they claim that Ciara has now stopped talking to anyone from Future’s family or camp.
The sources add that Future hoped that Ciara’s relationship with Russell Wilson would have helped to smooth things out between him and Ciara, but the opposite has happened instead.
With things going so badly between the bitter exes, sources say that Future is considering taking Ciara to court to straighten out their custody issues.