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Ciara Fires Back At Ex Future 'I Took Care Of His Kids'

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Ciara has fired back at the ex-fiance Future's criticism of her parenting.

The 29-year-old responded after the rapper blasted her for allowing their son Future Jr to spend time with her current boyfriend, footballer Russell Wilson.

Ciara with ex-Future

She accused the 31-year-old of double standards, since she looked after his three other children when they were together. 

Riposte: Ciara fired back at her ex Future for criticising her boyfriend Russell Wilson's relationship with their son in an interview on CBS This Morning on Wednesday

'It's been very interesting to hear what a lot of guys have had to say,' she said in an interview with CBS This Morning.

'I feel like in a sense it's a bit of a double standard, because at one point in time when we were together, I took care of his kids as well - at a very young time in our relationship.'

'I was involved very early in the stage of us getting to know each other,' she said. 

 

Who does that? Future took umbrage with the fact his ex was playing happy families with the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, after he was pictured pushing the boy's stroller.

Ciara is Future's fourth baby mama; he also fathered children with Brittni Mealy, India J and Jessica Smith.

Nevertheless, Future took umbrage with the fact his ex was playing happy families with the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, after he was pictured pushing the boy's stroller.

'If I was a kid, and my momma had some dude pushing me, I would've jumped out the stroller and slapped the sh*t out of him,' the Karate Chop hitmaker said in an interview with New York's Power 105.1 last month.

Good for the goose: The 29-year-old accused the rapper of double standards, since she looked after his three other children when they were together

'You never do that in our community. You don’t even bring a man around your son. You only know this dude for a few months and you’re bringing him around your kid? Who does that? Nobody does that.'

But Ciara - who made a conscious effort to reach out to Future's multitude of baby mamas - wanted to know how there was any difference in her situation, and questioned why a parent would have a problem with their child being loved.

'That's been a big conversation. It's kind of like, "Well, what's the difference here?" she said. 'I think that even for the men that were outspoken, it's like, wouldn't you want someone to love on your child?