Russell Wilson, Ciara Run Away From Future At Super Bowl Party (Video)

Russell Wilson, Ciara Run Away From Future At Super Bowl Party (Video)

Russell Wilson is coming off a tough campaign with the Seattle Seahawks. His team went 7-10, failed to make the playoffs (in a year when every other squad in the division made the postseason, no less) and now his future with the organization is very much in doubt.

Wilson’s losses aren’t just limited to the football field, though.

This week, the Seahawks quarterback and his wife Ciara also took a pretty big L off the field as well.

Drake held a Super Bowl shindig at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles on Saturday night. Wilson and Ciara attended, alongside many other celebrities. Where the issue arose, however, is Future showing up.

At that point, Wilson and Ciara took off. The video largely speaks for itself:


Ciara and Future, of course, had a notoriously difficult separation after having a child together. Things went from bad to worse when Ciara and Wilson got together, with the latter taking on a father-figure role to Future’s son.

Future has never regarded Wilson particularly highly, and it’s easy to see why. It’s probably not great having to hear the Seahawks quarterback brag about all the crazy places he and Ciara did the deed.

Along the same lines, it probably grates Future’s nerves a bit to see Ciara make racy dance videos for her new beau. There have to be some pangs of jealousy there, hence the shade Future has thrown through the years.

That said, Future also has a history of being super disrespectful to the women he has hooked up with – so it’s also hard to fault Ciara for not wanting to be around that.

All in all, it’s always a rough look when you’re caught on video running away from someone. And that’s precisely what Wilson and Ciara did, even if they might’ve had a good excuse for it.

Super Bowl weekends can get messy sometimes, and this Los Angeles-based one got very messy very quickly.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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