Russell Wilson, Ciara Harris, Future

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If you're trying to stick it to Future about his ex's new boyfriend—stop. It's not working.

E! News exclusively revealed recently that R&B songstress Ciara has moved on from her failed relationship with her ex-fiancé and father of her son, Future Jr., by starting a new romance with NFL quarterback Russell Wilson.

And this week, the duo turned public when the Seattle Seahawks QB hit up the White House with his ladylove for a romantic evening together at President Barack Obama's Japanese state dinner.

Fans went wild over this and apparently chose to go over to the rapper's Twitter to taunt him over his ex's new relationship (not cool, you guys, but it is what it is).

A number of Twitter users began flooding Future's social with emojis of footballs, and although he could've just ignored it, he decided to come back with one simple response:

Ouch. Whether he's referring to the tweets or to Ciara's new man (or both) is unclear, but either way, ouch.

He then continued to tweet about his new single, "F--k Up Some Commas," (which, fun fact, means to blow an excessive amount of money) as an effort to change the subject, but it looks as though followers weren't pleased with that.

How do we know? Well, because he followed up with this tweet:

And scene.

"It's still at the beginning stages and it's very fresh," a source recently told E! News of Ciara and Wilson's romance. "She thinks he is a complete gentleman and has really enjoyed hanging out with him these past few weeks. It's constant laughter and fun with them."

The insider added, "Things are a bit busy for both of them now, but they are willing to make time and see where this may go."

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