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14 July 2015, 11:04
The singer hits back at ex's criticism of latest album.
Ciara responded to comments her former fiance and rapper Future made about her in a recent documentary film.
The 'I Bet' star posted two tweets indirectly hitting back at the Atlanta rapper, whom she had a child with in 2014. "Some Person Is So Dishonest and Ignorant That They Don’t Deserve A Response,” she wrote, adding in another tweet, “Furthermore, One’s Main Focus Should Be On Being A Good Parent.”
Some Person Is So Dishonest and Ignorant That They Don't Deserve A Response.— Ciara (@ciara) July 14, 2015
Furthermore, One's Main Focus Should Be On Being A Good Parent.— Ciara (@ciara) July 14, 2015
In the first part of 'Like I Never Left', a short documentary about the ’56 Nights’ rapper released yesterday, Future criticised his ex’s decision to work with pop producer Dr. Luke on her latest album. “She didn’t want us to be a part of it,” claims Future of her sixth album ‘Jackie’.
“Damn, we just came off a No. 1,” he continues, referring Ciara’s single ‘Body Party’, which the two wrote together. “You go straight to Dr. Luke and start working with him? Go right back to the pop lane after you get a little steam?… Let’s go back to that ‘Body Party’ lane… let it cross over to pop, instead of chasing that crowd.”
‘Body Party’, produced by Atlanta producer, and close friend of Future, Mike Will Made It, topped the US Hot Dance Club Songs Billboard chart, peaking at 27 in the singles chart.
Ciara addressed her split from Future on the album’s first single ‘I Bet’. In a recent interview with Capital XTRA’s Manny Norte, the singer opened up about writing the break-up song. 'I Bet’ was one of those songs that was inspired by my real life experiences…," she said.
"Songs like that, it’s like writing a journal entry," CiCi added, "It allows you to release, it allows you to heal, it allows you to grow."
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