Future says he is not, repeat, not bitter about his breakup with Ciara but there is one aspect of their split that enrages him: Seeing their toddler son being pushed in a stroller by her new boyfriend, NFL player Russell Wilson.
"I swear, man, I'm not thinking about her," Future said on The Breakfast Club 105.1 FM radio show on Thursday, a day before the release of his new album, Dirty Sprite 2. "I mean, I want her to be totally happy. Like, you gotta understand, you want a person to be happy."
"I'm not bitter," he added. "People think I'm bitter because she moved on. But I'm good. I'm taking care of me. I don't need him—she needs him."
Ciara, who plans to release her new music video "Dance Like We're Making Love" on Thursday, had begun to date Wilson, the Seattle Seahawks' 26-year-old quarterback, in April. Earlier this month, the football star, a devout Christian, made headlines when he revealed that he and the R&B star were abstaining from sex.
Several people taunted Future about his ex's new relationship on social media after their romance was first reported. He tweeted, "I wish I cared." In May, Wilson was photographed pushing Future and Ciara's son in a stroller as she walked beside them. People took to social media again to tease Future.
"Of course I wouldn't want someone pushing my son," he said on The Breakfast Club. "Like, that's the number one rule. Like, if I was a kid and my mom had a dude pushing me, I would've jumped out of the stroller and slapped the s--t out of...you never do that in our community. You don't even bring a man around your son."
"You know this dude for a few months and you're bringing him around your kid?" he continued. "Who does that? Nobody does that."
Ciara and Wilson have not responded to Future's remarks.