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11-Jan-2017 12:38

"I've seen so-called good girls turn on me," he sings on the chorus.

After watching Ciara melt their bridges of love, Future's heart turned black.

When Future vacations in exotic locales around the world, Tyrina is the one frolicking in the surf with him — not Ciara.

Friends say Future rarely sees Ciara or his son because he’s too busy touring.

Ciara is good and pregnant, but that’s not stopping the R&B singer from enjoying the pre-Oscar festivities.

Last night, the “I Bet” singer and her NFL quarterback husband Russell Wilson bumped it to Vanity Fair’s pre-Oscar party to celebrate the She told me she was an angel She f*cked two rappers and three singers She got a few athletes on speed dial I’m tryna get the case dismissed before I see the trial And all these codeine handles ain’t got nothin’ to do with my lil’ child As fans dissect his lyrics, it’s said he’s referring to Ciara’s former relationships with Bow Wow, 50 Cent and her rumored relationship with Trey Songz.

Ciara and Russell Wilson are totally unbothered by Future’s latest antics.

Things were further complicated when Wilson began to take on a fatherly role to Baby Future.

or any other movie made in the last decade featuring unrealistically competitive street dance tournaments? Imagine if Joel Osteen was a 27-year-old NFL quarterback. Why do you keep putting “good guys” in quotation marks? Weekly updates about all the pop culture, race & politics, Bougie Black People™ shit, and other grand tomfoolery we cover here on VSB.

You know, the movies where dance-offs inexplicability result in stabbings, shootings, and random appearances from a seasoned Omarion? Because their definition of what makes a man a “good guy” is arbitrary and shifts to fit whichever narrative they’re attempting to push. Plus early heads up about new tees, new contributors, and our events.

Still, though, it doesn’t explain why this relationship seems to get talked about so much. I still don’t get why anyone would be upset about any of this. I’m just explaining why the audacity-to-put-your-name-on-the-milk-carton-even-though-you-don’t-pay-any-bills-here crowd is so upset by this.

Now, any time a pretty woman — or any woman, really — receives some form of comeuppance (which, in this case, was Ciara having a child with a man who wasn’t devoted to her) it becomes a source of vindication and validation. Also, you can’t dismiss the intra-racial element here. (Or, more specifically, have to fit their conveniently arbitrary standards of “perfection.”) So what happens next? And the guys upset that Ciara and Russell Wilson are getting married will be at Office Max, looking for new dry erase markers because the fridge condensation keeps melting their names off the milk. He is also a columnist for And he's working on a book of essays to be published by Ecco (Harper Collins). He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes.

Things were further complicated when Wilson began to take on a fatherly role to Baby Future.or any other movie made in the last decade featuring unrealistically competitive street dance tournaments? Imagine if Joel Osteen was a 27-year-old NFL quarterback. Why do you keep putting “good guys” in quotation marks? Weekly updates about all the pop culture, race & politics, Bougie Black People™ shit, and other grand tomfoolery we cover here on VSB. You know, the movies where dance-offs inexplicability result in stabbings, shootings, and random appearances from a seasoned Omarion? Because their definition of what makes a man a “good guy” is arbitrary and shifts to fit whichever narrative they’re attempting to push. Plus early heads up about new tees, new contributors, and our events. Still, though, it doesn’t explain why this relationship seems to get talked about so much. I still don’t get why anyone would be upset about any of this. I’m just explaining why the audacity-to-put-your-name-on-the-milk-carton-even-though-you-don’t-pay-any-bills-here crowd is so upset by this.Now, any time a pretty woman — or any woman, really — receives some form of comeuppance (which, in this case, was Ciara having a child with a man who wasn’t devoted to her) it becomes a source of vindication and validation. Also, you can’t dismiss the intra-racial element here. (Or, more specifically, have to fit their conveniently arbitrary standards of “perfection.”) So what happens next? And the guys upset that Ciara and Russell Wilson are getting married will be at Office Max, looking for new dry erase markers because the fridge condensation keeps melting their names off the milk. He is also a columnist for And he's working on a book of essays to be published by Ecco (Harper Collins). He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes. Behind his syrupy murmurings, we find a damaged, devastated man who's been trampled by love.