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Ciara responds to Future and Maino's girlfriend calls out LaLa Anthony

Ciara has responded to all the criticism she's received by everyone for allowing her child with Future to be around new boyfriend, Russell Wilson. Ciara says it's a bit of a contradiction(if that's the word) on Future's part. Because she says she was around his other kids and took care of them. She also went on to say she tried to get Future to talk to Russell prior to the blowup via the media but he refused. Ciara has caught a lot of flack for this but the show must go on. Meanwhile Ebro, radio host on Hot 97 has come to Future's defense basically saying Ciara is a "media whore"(my words not his). It's funny because I do remember someone tweeting(I think it was Tyrese) about a certain celebrity who hires photographers to capture their every moment and put it up on the blogs. I think he was talking about Ciara. But enough about her. With the success of "Straight Outta Compton", their saying a sequel may be in the works which is not surprising. Nowadays just about every successful movie gets a sequel. I haven't seen it yet, have you? And Maino's girlfriend came out throwing shade at LaLa Anthony, wife of Carmelo Anthony saying she(LaLa) was sleeping with Maino. But LaLa came out in her own way and denied the rumors alongside her husband. Well that's all folks! Until next time! Keep checking back for more updates. Thanks for reading! :)
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