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Future’s Baby Mama Brittni Speaks on Meeting Ciara & Whether Or Not Future Is A Good Father!

We’re not sure what’s going with Ciara‘s alleged pregnancy, but inside folks including Future‘s baby mama is claiming that the R&B singer has a bun in the oven.

Future’s craze baby mama Brittni Mealy — whose a former Magic City dancer and known for popping off on Twitter — recently chatted with Eurweb about ‘not being a gold digger,’ and whether or not Future will be around for his fiancee‘s labor.

Here’s the highlights:

On her relationship with Future? And if he’s a good father:

We’ve had issues in the past, but now we’re working together to be great parents to our son. I’m maturing as a woman. I’m starting to open up and see things Future’s way a little you know compromise a little. We’re getting along and I just want to keep it that way because it’s so much better and easier this way. I’m a better person and I thank God for that and I pray every day and I’m big on trying to stay positive.

On Meeting Ciara, Future’s sister and other baby’s mothers:

It wasn’t even planned like that. It just happened. Sometimes it’s the best way for things to happen. We had a good time. I felt like it was genuine. It wasn’t planned and he wasn’t in the room with us when we were taking photos. I’m looking forward to more family events and everybody getting along. 

There was no conversation had. You know how you can just say something without having to say it. Everybody spoke and as we traveled from place to place, everybody warmed up. Everything just happened naturally.

On if she still thinks Ciara should prepare for Future to take stage left after their baby is born:

I mean now, I can’t say because I know people grow. If he’s happy, I wish nothing but good luck and I wouldn’t wish anything negative on him or her or their relationship.

On the media portraying her as a gold digger:

The media tries to display me as being somebody that’s (wants some money from my dad’s child). But I have my own business for two years now and it does great. And I style people, but the media never really speaks on that. I’m always attacked on Twitter and Instagram and people are always cussing me out. No, I’m a business owner, and I work really hard at that. I can survive even if I didn’t get $1 in child support or anything like that. I’m able to take care of myself.

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1 Comment

  1. Dee Beas

    December 12, 2013 at 1:39 am

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