Future has been talking an awful lot about his past with ex-fianceé, Ciara. The songstress and her new beau, Russell Wilson, have been vocal about practicing abstinence in their relationship and living life the “Jesus way.” On the flip side, Future is saying that he and Ciara prayed after they had sex.
In an interview with Huffington Post Live, the “F-ck Up Some Commas” rapper said the big man above didn’t say it was in their cards to wait. From Huffington Post.
“God told me something else. He ain’t tell me to wait. I guarantee you that,” Future said. “We prayed afterwards though. After we did it, we prayed. That’s a true story.”
Future also spilled the Henny on what exactly went wrong with his relationship with Ciara and how she felt about them breaking up.
“But me and her relationship had nothing to do with cheating. I feel like we were just growing away from each other and we grew apart. And it’s just so much dealing with–when you’re in a relationship and you the man and you want to make certain decisions for yourself and she want to make certain decisions. And I feel like the best route for me is to make more music, to go back to Atlanta, to go back to my roots, for my family. Like when you a man you want to make decisions for your family, sometimes the lady don’t see what you see.
“She didn’t say cool but she wasn’t too mad because I explained it to her how it was. I was like ‘I’ll marry you today. You want to get married, let’s get married. But I’m not getting married with all these different people in my wedding. My family have to be there. I’m from the hood, hood people going to be there. It might be people that you don’t like that’s going to be there. But I know they love me, they got my best interest. I don’t want nobody from the industry there, I don’t want the media there. You know how girls have their fairy tale weddings, this how they pick it.
“I was like we can do that and we can do it a year from now and then we can announce it like we’re just getting married. But we been together for a year, to get over that year hump. I didn’t want to get all the negative energy because I’m an artist.”
Watch the entire interview below:
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