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Future calls Ciara a "bitch" and Lil' Wayne and Birdman to bury feud?

Good afternoon! The big news story today is Future taking to Twitter to air out his frustrations with Ciara. First Future stated that his new album will be a "classic" and then he lunged into a full blown attack on Ciara. He goes on to say that he pays 15K for child support a month and Ciara will not let him see his child. Meanwhile Ciara continues to shove her new relationship with Russell Wilson down our throats. If that wasn't enough Future called Ciara a "bitch" who likes to be in "control".Ouch! This is getting very ugly! Whose side are you on? Personally I'm #teamfuture I used to be a fan of Ciara's but she's very annoying these days. Let the man see his child. This man wants to be in his child's life. It's not the other way around where he is ignoring the fact that he has a child. Chris Brown is now filing a lawsuit against the woman alleging that he struck her during New Year's Eve. Did I report this already? I can't remember but we'll see how this all plays out. Lil' Wayne and Birdman are reportedly attempting to patch things up after a few months sparring over money and the decision to withhold Lil' Wayne's "Carter 6" album. The two were seen partying up together during Drake's concert and are even said to be in talks over the phone. If this is all indeed true maybe we can expect the "Carter 6" album sometime this year. Well that's your news for today folks! Thanks for reading! :)
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