Ciara is embroiled in a defamation lawsuit against Future, and in new document she just filed in the case, she reportedly expresses concern that Future might kill Russell Wilson. According to a report from TMZ, Ciara lays out a number of supposed threats Future has made against Wilson. Most notable is an Instagram post in which Future had gun emojis pointed at footballs, which she thinks is in reference to Wilson, who plays for the Seattle Seahawks.
She also points to lyrics from his recent song "Juice," which appeared on his latest mixtape Project E.T. Esco Terrestrial. In the song, he raps the line "Tryna fuck with my baby mama, dog what's up with you?/You gon' make me get that heat, I'm pulling up on you." According to the report, Ciara's filing called Future's supposed threats "frightening" and "socially irresponsible ... where there has been a recent rash of gun violence."
The filing isn't clear what exactly this has to do with her defamation suit against Future. She originally filed the suit back in February, accusing Future of slandering her name in public and seeking $15 million from him. She claimed that in a series of tweets and interviews, Future made her appear to be a bad mother and generally defamed her.
Future filed a countersuit, claiming her recent album Jackie was a "flop" and that as such, he couldn't slander her name in an impactful way. Although he later dropped it after being awarded more time with the pair's son, the bad blood between the two camps clearly remains.
Future later tweeted alluding to the incident, saying that he wished "everyone could move on like me."