TMZ- Ciara just filed legal docs in her defamation lawsuit against baby daddy Future, in which she lays out various threats Future has made. In particular, she notes the football emojis with guns pointing in their direction ... which Future posted a while back.
She also makes mention of the song he dropped last month, in which he says, "Tryna f*** my baby mama, dog what's up with you? You gon' make me get that heat, I'm pulling up on you."
The singer calls Future's conduct, "frightening" and "socially irresponsible ... where there has been a recent rash of gun violence."
Ciara believes the threat is real, but she doesn't explain what this has to do with her defamation case.
Really? Really Ciara? That's how low we are going to stoop in this never-ending battle of mudslinging between exes? It's one thing to use a shared child in an attempt to manipulate a legal situation, but that's not half as disingenuous as treating rapper's lyrics like they actually mean something. Ciara - the broad that made millions off being a sex symbol only to turn around and become "celibate" with her new celebrity boyfriend - is going to throw stones when it comes to the genuinely of words said on wax? The 90's were a lonnnng time ago sweetheart, and as far as I know that's the last time hop hop threats were to be treated as legitimate. I can barely make out what Future says when he's rhyming, but we are going to let his baby mama nitpick the content of every semi-dechiperable bar and use it in court? Come on now. The day we start acting like passive aggressive emojis posted on social media for all to see are something that are of genuine interest to law enforcement and the court system alike is the day I deactivate all my accounts...
I don't care how many times he says it or implies it through use of song or cartoonish representations of inanimate objects, Future is not going to murder Russell Wilson. Not just because that's not something that highly successful members of the hip hop community do anymore, but because he would literally be the ONLY suspect if a Jesus freak of an NFL quarterback were to be found dead. I have no doubt that Future might want to kill Russell Wilson, and considering the fact that the latter won't even call the former's son by his government name I don't really blame him all that much. Still, to assume that it's something that could actually happen is a little silly when success in modern day rap is predicated on glorifying actions that stand next to know chance of coming to fruition. The more lies told equates to the more records sold, so Ciara should be glad that her soon-to-be second husband's livelihood is being threatened over a dope ass beat because it likely means that her first husband will be able to flip that monthly child support bill for the foreseeable future.