Shots fired: Future shades Ciara and Desiigner

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Did Future just shade Ciara … again?

On Thursday, April 21, the “Honest” rapper appeared at Onondaga Community College’s SRC Arena in Syracuse, New York, where he was welcomed by a throng of disinterested fans. Apparently, the 32-year-old didn’t get the reception he expected, and before we knew it, he was calling out the crowd. “Y’all must be Ciara or Desiigner fans or something,” Future said to the left side of the audience, reports Complex.


This slight diss comes at the height of an ongoing legal battle between Future and his ex-fiancée Ciara. It also follows Desiigner’s success with “Panda.” The G.O.O.D. Music artist’s hit, which is currently No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, has charted higher than any of Future’s singles. Desiigner has also been criticized for sounding like Future.

In case you missed it, in February, Ciara, 30, sued the father of her son, seeking $15 million in defamation and slander damages, citing past interviews and more recently, his strongly-worded Twitter rants, aimed at her and her fiancé, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.


Photo credit: @ciara/Instagram
Photo credit: @ciara/Instagram

Although it took a few months for Future to circle back with a response. In April, the “Dirty Sprite” recording artist fought back, filing a suit of his own. In the documents, Future claimed he hasn’t damaged CiCi’s reputation because she hasn’t had a particularly great one to speak of in recent years. In short, he called her last album a “flop,” explaining that she hasn’t won any awards since 2013. Future is asking that the court forbid Ciara from dragging his name through the mud. In addition, he’s requesting that Ciara cover all legal fees he’s incurred as a result of her initial lawsuit.

Meanwhile, it appears Ciara was unmoved by the recent shade. Yesterday, the “Dance Like We’re Making Love” singer shared a cute couple snap via Instagram. “#FBF. My Love,” read the caption.

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