Future bailed on his performance set for Clive Davis’ pre-Grammys party. The who’s who of Hollywood attend the bash and once it was realized that the rapper’s ex-fiancé and new husband would be in attendance, he hightailed it out of there.
Someone in the rapper’s camp accused the organizers of being “messy” by having Ciara and Russell Wilson there. While another source says the night was simply behind schedule and the rapper was told he’d have to shorten his performance, which he wasn’t down with.
Future has called out Russell Wilson’s manhood. In an interview with Beats 1 radio, the rapper said he thinks the Seahawks QB does whatever his wife, Ciara tells him to do. He added that if Russell was a man, he would tell his wife to back off the internet and stop talking about her ex. He advised Russell to “give that [s***] no energy.”
The singer and the 35-year-old rapper were a couple prior to her marriage to the QB. They share a 4-year-old son, who has been the center of the drama between the exes. Mrs. Wilson has taken to social media on numerous occasions calling out her ex and his lack of parenting.
MEANWHILE — Russell left a passive aggressive response on his Instagram without addressing the dis directly. In the picture, Future Jr — Ciara’s son with Future — is smiling and hugging Sienna, Ciara and Russell’s daughter. He captioned the pic “All that matters. #Love.”
The Pussycat Dolls are working with their label, Interscope, to get the song “Out Of This Club”—which features R. Kelly—removed from all streaming services. The former girl group joins other celebs, such as Celine Dion, Chance the Rapper, Ciara and Lady Gaga who have all had their collaborations with the disgraced singer removed from streaming services.
MEANWHILE–R. Kelly is not fazed by singers, who he previously collaborated with, pulling their songs. His main concern is getting back at Lifetime for the docuseries that portrayed his alleged victims. He considers all of what was said “lies” and wants to follow through with the legal threat that was directed at Lifetime by his lawyers. The potential legal ramifications for the network were all laid out in a cease and desist letter that was sent before the docuseries aired.
According to a source, R’s team is trying to dig up dirt on Lifetime execs as he is “crazed about getting revenge and will leave no stone unturned until he gets it.”
Christina Aguilera is set to headline “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest” on December 31. She will perform in front of a live audience of more than one million people, minutes before the ball drops in New York’s Times Square.
The last time Christina sang on the show was in 2007.
Others set to perform that evening are Bastille, Dan + Shay, New Kids On The Block and Post Malone.
Ciara will host the show’s Hollywood party on the West Coast. Performers there include, Lauren Alaina, Kelsea Ballerini, Kane Brown, Halsey, Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Macklemore and Camila Cabello.
Ciara is taking her baby daddy to court. The singer has had enough of Future lacking in the father department and wants to file documents with the court to establish a set schedule for their 4-year-old son. Her camp says they have been trying to figure this out without involving the courts, but it’s just not happening.