News: Future's Fiancée Begs Bloggers To Stop Deadly Tactics: "What Are You Trying To Gain?"
Tuesday, Jan 7, 2014 3:00PM
Atlanta rapper Future's soon-to-be wife Ciara has stepped forward with an open message to the blogosphere after getting fed up with how aggressive and negative the media has become.
In an open letter, CiCi did not single out a media outlet but, instead, questioned the growing trend of bloggers using negativity for short-lived monetary gains.
"My questions to people creating slander about people are: What stops you from thinking twice about trying to defame someone? What are you trying to gain? Words are powerful. You could say the wrong thing about someone, famous or not, on the wrong day and that could cost them their life because they're at a weak point. Believe it it or not, you could also be encouraging them to give up on their life or whatever the situation is, when they shouldn't. Or what about a story that causes unnecessary drama stemming from completely false information? It's just flat out wrong and sad. I say to myself, I thank God for making me strong, because I've always been able to use the negativity as motivation, and it makes me stronger." (Only Ciara)
The R&B diva also asked bloggers to think about their personal lives before trying to single someone else's out.
"What about your family and kids?? Do you think about them?? You're definitely creating a harmful and volatile environment where they must learn to live. It's almost like you are cursing future generations with your bad energy. Not to mention...Your "Personal Karma"??... Forget about it! You better start doing some serious praying and rebuking, cause only The Lord knows!...:) I sure do miss the good ol days when the focus was about the pure creativity of being an artist. Back then there was still some mystery. Social Media Is Beginning To Take Away The Specialness of What That Was, and Is. Now, Off Blogs. Peaceful Mind. Living In My Happiness. Creativity Only. ?Love, C" (Only Ciara)
Recently, Ciara admitted she would like to build a big family with her rap star fiancé.
"Absolutely, you gotta go one step at a time. You know, that's what I live for. My mother and father were married for 30 years, and my grandparents 50 years, so it's only right. I'm an only child. I want to build a big family because it's me, my mother and father, and I'm the only child. My mom has three brothers and they have two kids, and my dad has five sisters and they have no kids. So, imagine how small [my family is.] I definitely want to do that. I want a big house and big family." (E! News)
Last year, Future spoke on their relationship and what would ultimately keep them together for the long haul.
Future recently stopped by BET's 106 & Park to talk about his experiences on the "Would You Like a Tour?" with Drake and his relationship with singer and new fiancé Ciara. Later on co-host Keshia Chanté asks Future about how he and Ciara balance their personal life as a power couple who always have a spotlight on them. "Personally, we like to be chill to ourself without anybody extra in our business," he says. "It's going to happen, naturally. They going to find out certain things, certain things they going to speculate about. The most important thing, as long as me and her are on the same page and we happy, that's all that matters." (Complex)
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