Future was not happy to see Ciara’s new boyfriend, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, pushing his son in a stroller, the “Bugatti” rapper said during radio interview with New York's WWPR-FM’s “The Breakfast Club” Thursday. He talked about Wilson’s relationship with Future Zahir Wilburn, the son he shares with the “I Bet” singer.

“Of course I don’t want nobody pushing my son, that’s the number one rule,” the rapper, whose real name is Nayvadius Cash, said, according to Bossip. “If I was a kid and my mama had somebody push me [in the stroller], I would’ve jumped out and slapped the s--- outta him. You don’t do that in our community.”

Future, 31, mused about what his son understood. “He probably didn’t know, she set him up. You got nannies, you got assistants, you know what it is. At the end of the day, I’m not for the publicity stunts,” he said. “Leave my son out of the publicity stunts. Just leave him out of your relationship.”

It’s not the first time Future has spoken about Ciara and her relationship with the football pro. The rapper said he broke off his engagement with the singer because they grew apart, he told HuffPost Live. He added cheating did not play a role in their failed relationship.

When asked if he would abstain from sex, a choice Ciara and Wilson made, he said: "God told me something else. He ain't tell me to wait. I guarantee you that. We prayed afterwards though. After we did it, we prayed. That's a true story."

Ciara, 29, didn’t take kindly to his comments. Though she didn’t call out her ex-fiancé by name, she made it obvious her tweets were about him.

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