Future opened up about his breakup with Ciara in two separate interviews that recently hit the net. In one he talks why he and the “I Bet” singer didn’t get married, and in a second he talks what Ciara’s boyfriend, Russell Wilson, recently revealed about he and Ciara abstaining from sex.
Future‘s “F*ck Up Some Commas” gets a remix with an added verse from Rick Ross and Big Sean. The MCs are raking in the money, and splurging as they please. “These diamonds on me cost big money,” raps Rozay, while Sean recalls knowing he was rich before he had commas. Check ’em out on the DJ Spinz and Southside-produced beat inside.
Tamar Braxton dazzles in the video to her Future-assisted, “Let Me Know.” The Braxton Family Values star rocks platinum blonde tresses, and also switches it up with darker locks.
“If you need more love from me, I’ll give you more.. just let me know,” she sings on sultry single, which samples Aaliyah‘s “At Your Best (You Are Love).”
Keyshia Cole has reached the point of no return, in the video for “Love Letter,” featuring Future. With model Don Benjamin playing her leading man, the Oakland singer battles with emotion as she faces him in the midst of his betrayal.
“Every time you wrote me a love letter, you had me thinking that you could do better. But, I’m calling all night.. and you ain’t picking up this time,” sings Keyshia.
Ciara and her 3-month-old son Future Zahir, rock’d their Ray Ban sunglasses in a couple of adorable selfies she shared on Instagram.
Ciara and Future‘s engagement has been called off, and they are officially single, according to reports. Sources connected with the two reveal that Ciara is the one who called it quits; saying that Future was cheating on her while on tour.
“He cheated on her. Game over,” an insider tells Us Weekly. Another source adds: “She’s devastated. Ciara’s focus now is the baby.”
As promised, DJ Khaled delivers the video to his new single, “Hold You Down,” featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future, and Jeremih.
A mansion in the Hollywood Hills serves as its setting, as the men let their ladies know they’re going to continue to hold them down. “I’ll hold you down. I’m on my way. Want you like right now,” sings August.