R&B singer Ciara is ready to focus on her new life with NFL husband Russell Wilson. The veteran crooner has reportedly dropped a $15 million defamation lawsuit against ex-fiancé Future.

According to reports, CiCi made the big decision this week in a Georgia court.

The singer just filed legal docs in Superior Court in Fulton County, GA, ending her case which was triggered by a radio interview Future did followed up by tweets in which he accused her of being a control freak and a bad mom. According to the docs, the case has been dismissed “with prejudice” … meaning she can’t refile it. Our sources say Future didn’t pay her a penny in return for the dismissal. But based on all the evidence, it seems almost certain they have also reached agreement on custody of 2-year-old baby Future. (TMZ)

Last year, Future allegedly took shots at the crooner with his “How It Feel” song.

Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, Future seemingly goes in on his famous muse, rapping, “ask me how it feel to smash an R&B sh*t,” before crediting himself with turning Ciara into a star again. “I made you b*tch,” he raps in the song’s outro, “b*tch you was never for me, I gave you fame on the ‘Gram. I put you back on the charts, I gave you number 1 spot.” (UPROXX)

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Lyric-decoding website Genius.com believed “How It Feel” intentionally went at CiCi.


Separate reports claimed Future previously went at the now-married singer in a public interview.

Future shared the same sentiment in his Like I Never Left documentary following his break up with the R&B singer back in 2015. Just not as harshly. During a convo about their issues, Future noted, “[Ciara] didn’t want [me and Mike Will] to be a part of [her album] at first,” he said. “I was like, ‘damn, we just came off a No. 1 and you go straight to Dr. Luke and start working with him an go right back to the pop lane after you get a little steam.’” (XXL Mag)