May 20, 2020
Future and Ciara's son, Future Zahir Wilbur's birthday celebration, kicked off with shoutouts from his parents and stepfather, Russell Wilson.
Future and Ciara's son, Future Zahir Wilbur, recently turned a year older, and the pair took to their verified Instagram pages to wish the 6-year-old a happy birthday.
Ciara and Russell Wilson at the ESPY Awards Red Carpet Show at Microsoft Theater on July 18, 2018, in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images
[Ciara] was happy she decided to leave [Future] even if it came with the fear of being a single mother.
A screenshot from Future’s post on his Instagram story. | Photo: instagram.com/future
The "Like a Boy" crooner gave a nice caption to the adorable video, which has been watched over a million times writing:
"I'm just so proud and grateful! You're obsessed with knowing Jesus, Reading, Learning, Loving, and Smiling!"
Even Ciara's husband, Russell Wilson, wasn't left out of the festivities as he posted a video of him and the celebrant enjoying some quality time underwater. The quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks' post came with a lengthy caption that read in some parts:
"My best friend...Full of Love, Joy, and Grace. I thank Jesus everyday for who you are & being able to lead & guide you."
Ciara welcomed in 2014 Future Jr. when she was 28 and engaged to Future, who was 30 at the time. According to E! News, Ciara disclosed the news of her pregnancy during an appearance on "The View" back in January 2014.
Since then, Ciara has welcomed another child, with a third on the way, while Future has welcomed three other children with other women – bringing his total number of kids to seven.
The "Life is Good" rapper ensured that he paid homage to all his baby mams during the 2020 Mother's Day celebration.
According to a People report, Future praised all seven of his baby mama, including Ciara, Joie Chavis, Brittni Mealy, in individual messages that he posted on Twitter.
As regards Ciara's relationship with the rapper, People noted that the singer was happy she decided to leave him even if it came with the fear of being a single mother.
The singer had disclosed that tidbit during a 2019 appearance on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk."
The assurance that she was making the right decision, however, didn't stop Ciara from crying after the split.
Cheat Sheet added that the "Body Party" hitmaker also struggled with feelings of inadequacy and guilt for her inability to give her son what she had growing up – two parents living under the same roof.