Ciara Rubs Her Future Clean, Covers Up Finger Tat

Written By Cyrus Langhorne

R&B singer Ciara is reminding fans and interested men alike she is back on the open market after covering up a ring finger tattoo dedicated to ex-fiancé Future.

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According to reports, CiCi has rid herself of the tribute ink.

Ciara is finally so done with her on/off BF and baby daddy Future … she’s removing all signs of his existence … including the tattoo on her hand. Recent photos show Ciara’s having the letter N (his first name is Nayvadius) lasered away. According to our sources … Future isn’t upset about it, and understands it’s part of moving on. (TMZ)

These recent reports claimed Future & Ciara might not be fully broken up…

September reports claimed Ciara and ex-fiancé Future were trying to patch things up and make their relationship work.

Sources close to Future tell TMZ … he and Ciara are living together again — and trying to make things work between them — so Future can help take care of their 4-month-old son, Future Zahir. Ciara must be willing to overlook the past … since she was the one who claimed Future cheated on her while he was on tour — and then broke off their engagement last month. We’re told Ciara wasn’t interested in a shared parenting situation … saying she believes Future’s a good father and that it’s best for their son if his dad’s there. (TMZ)

Future refused to entertain the gossip blogs and swayed the situation away on Instagram in August.

“I Dnt respond to rumors I respond to money #MONSTER,” Future captioned to a photo of himself on August 21. (Future’s Instagram)

Reports about how Ciara had handled the relationship chaos bubbled online over the summer.

A source tells E! News exclusively that “she’s very embarrassed and keeping to herself right now” and that “she’s usually so outgoing but most of her friends haven’t heard from her since the news broke.” Our insider continued, “She’s definitely not talking about it. Who could blame her? It’s a hard time for her. She’s humiliated and angry.” (E! Online)


Written by Cyrus Langhorne

VP of Digital Content. Catch me clocking in steady work on Call of Duty when not covering everything hip-hop 24/7. Rap goats? Action Bronson and Curren$y.


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