"I Bet" singer Ciara, pictured Dec. 11, 2015, and boyfriend Russell Wilson refrained from a social media battle with Future Monday. The rapper complained that she didn't let him see their son over the holidays. Getty Images

“I Bet” singer Ciara and her boyfriend, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, did not offer a social media rebuttal after Future accused his ex-girlfriend of being a control freak Monday. The two share a son together, Future Zahir, and the rapper was upset that she didn’t let him see his son over the holidays.

Future Sr. aired a lot of their personal business, but Ciara and Wilson did not offer a response — even after the rapper issued a new tweet about their private life. “Handling my business staying focus making music surrounded by real love and family,” he wrote Monday, nearly two hours after he issued his original messages.

While Future is apparently trying to paint his ex-girlfriend in a bad light, Ciara and Wilson are focused on the Seahawks. The team clinched a spot in the playoffs — and both of them took to social media to thank the Almighty. “Great team win! Nothing like togetherness! God is good!” Wilson, 26, wrote Sunday. “What A Great Day. God Is So Good!” Ciara added on her own social media page.

Two days earlier, Ciara posted a rare video, titled “The Best Holiday Break,” which featured Future Zahir. The two make cute noises together in front of the camera.

That might have been one of the moves that prompted Future’s Twitter diatribe. Not only did he claim that Ciara didn’t let him see their son over the holidays, but he threatened to blast her in a new song. “This b---- got control problems… I gotta go through lawyers to see babyfuture… the f---ery for 15k a month,” he wrote. “I [just] want babyfuture that’s all. I [have] been silent for a year and a half… I ran outta patience. Get ready for this classic.”

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