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Future Blasts Ciara On Twitter: "This B**ch Got Control Problems"

It seems like Ciara and Future have not gotten the hang of co-parenting. The DS2 rapper took to Instagram on Monday (Jan. 4) to blast his ex-fiancee, calling her a “b***h” with “control problems. Sharing that he pays a $15,000 a month in child support, Future claimed that he is being forced to go through lawyers to see their son, Baby Future. Writing that he has “ran outta patience,” he decided to take his grievances to social media.

The ex-couple had a drama-filled 2015, as Future revealed that their split was based on him not being “comfortable” with the media attention surrounding their courtship. As Ciara moved onto a new relationship with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, the rapper later expressed his discontent with the NFL baller spending quality time with Baby Future. In an interview with The Breakfast Club, Future stated his thoughts on Wilson’s closeness to his son.

“Like that’s the number one rule. If I was a kid and my mama had a dude push me, I would’ve jumped out the stroller and slapped the sh*t out of him,” he said.

After garnering backlash for her new relationship and parental choices with regard to Baby Future and Wilson, Ciara later responded during an interview on CBS This Morning. Calling the negative commentary a “double standard,” the singer noted that she also maintained a relationship with Future’s other children, who have different mothers.

“It’s been very interesting to hear what a lot of guys had to say and it’s a bit of a doubt standard,” she said. “Because at one point in time when we were together, I took care of his kids as well at a very young stage in our relationship. I was involved very early in the stages of us getting to know each other and that’s been a big conversation. Well, what’s the difference here?”

Ciara has yet to respond to Future’s fury of tweets, but maybe that’s a good thing. Peep what he had to say below:

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Gary Owen In Hot Water For 'N-Word' Tweet Referencing Damian Lillard

Gary Owen is in hot water with black Twitter regarding a recent tweet referencing the N-word, NBA star Damian Lillard and his coach, Terry Stotts.

While presumably watching the highly-discussed Portland Trailblazers’ first-round series against the Oklahoma City Thunder, where Damian Lillard made an impressive, game-winning shot.

“If Portland’s coach could say the N word that was the perfect time. This N word just hit that sh*t. WOW,” he wrote in response to the shot. People who follow the actor-comedian or are just passing by are urging him to take down the tweet.

“Yeah this is why i have a problem with us letting these white folks all the way into the culture, because at the end of the day…” one Twitter user wrote under the tweet. Another responded, “Cookout invite retracted there, sir!”

Owen, who has been seen in many  predominantly black-lead films such as Think Like A Man and The Little Man, has not taken the tweet down yet.

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Bun B reportedly heard the commotion and grabbed his gun. A shootout occurred as the robber attempted to climb into the car. He later took off on foot, leaving his weapon behind and sought medical assistance at the Houston hospital for a gunshot wound to the shoulder.

The suspect was charged on two counts of aggravated robbery with a weapon and one count of burglary.

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