Ciara and rapper Future, whose real name is Nayvadius Wilburn, must now share custody of their son, Future, after the R&B singer was denied sole custody in court. In Ciara's bid for complete guardianship, she stated that Future was a bad parent and wasn't involved in the 2-year-old's life, according to TMZ.
Ciara, who's co-hosting the upcoming Billboard Music Awards, also reportedly mentioned that Future has been bad-mouthing her in the press, but apparently that didn't sway the judge.
Last year, during a radio interview, Future had a few things to say about Ciara and her relationship with Russell Wilson.
"If I was a kid and my mama had a dude push me, I would've jumped out the stroller and slapped the [s—t] out of him," Future said.
And earlier this year, the rapper went on a Twitter spree and said the singer had control problems. Ciara then filed a $15 million defamation lawsuit against the rapper.
Hopefully, Future has time for little Future, especially since the rapper already has an entourage of children.