Here’s Why People Were So P!ssed At Russell Wilson on Mother’s Day

Published On May 16, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

NFL baller Russell Wilson’s Mother’s Day letter posted to his Instagram account for his wife, Ciara, seemed like a sweet and thoughtful gesture that any husband would make. However, it seems that some people took issue with what he said and let him have it in the comment section.

Wilson, who recently welcomed baby girl Sienna, with Ciara, just two weeks ago, posted this Mother’s Day letter that seems to have people angry:

“You are an amazing mom & I’m so grateful I get to spend the rest of my life with you & raising our kids. I love you! #HappyMothersDay Weekend my love. @Ciara”

The majority of people who saw the post gave Wilson his props for stepping up and accepting Ciara’s son that she has from her previous relationship with rapper Future, however, others couldn’t help but to throw shade at Wilson for his reference to Future Zahir as his child.

According to fans of rapper Future, Zahir isn’t Wilson’s child and his Mother’s Day message was taken as a sign of disrespect and dismissal of the baby boy’s biological father.

“Russ go worry about ur done career, the man’s child can never be urs,” wrote one fan.

“@Future “OUR KIDS”?? typed another. “You got one kid Bruh, one! Don’t disrespect future Bruh.”

The Wilsons’ fans are now fighting against Future’s fans after Russell’s comment was made, and they are making sure to praise him for his desire to be a great stepdad.

“Baby Future is doubly blessed to have 2 Dads in his life. I salute you for loving him as if he were your own biological child,” said one. “If Future wants to be a deadbeat Russell can step up as the father ,” added another.

There has been some unseen tension between Ciara and Future, according to CiCi’s thrown out $15 million lawsuit. However, we applaud Wilson for accepting Future Zahir as his own child.

That’s what any real man would do.

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