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I didn't even know what to expect from going into the studio with him and then we began to meet each other and everything just began to flow. So I felt something really unique from the beginning and then it just organically went this way."A few weeks later, when asked about her decision to go public with her relationship, Ciara told MTV News, "I've had my experiences over the years and I've been able to learn a lot and, you know, when you do step outside you put yourself in a position to where people are going to be able to judge and they can criticize, and they can give their opinion, and that's something... I'm running toward my fear, running towards the things that make me uncomfortable because I feel like if I live my life based off of those things, I won't live my life how I'm supposed to.
I won't live it to the fullest."She continued, "That's where I am at this day and time in my life, and I'm also with someone that makes me extremely comfortable to be that way, which is Future, meanwhile, was equally head over heels.
"I'm not comfortable about where I'm at in my career.
I'm not comfortable about compromising and about being the person that I am and being the man that I am.
Did the "Turn on the Lights" rapper really lose his cool because Ciara started dating somebody else?
Ciara and Future first met while working together and their connection in the studio subsequently translated into real life.
In July 2015, Wilson confirmed that they were a couple --perhaps most memorably—that they were abstaining from sex before marriage."I ain't gonna lie—I need ya'll to pray for us," the recently divorced athlete joked (but probably not that much) to Pastor Miles Mc Pherson of San Diego's Rock Church.
Ciara may have flipped the restart button on her personal life, finding companionship and new love with NFL star Russell Wilson.
(Well, at least couples break up on their relationship and, shortly afterward, everything went to hell.
Still, Future, whose real name is Nayvadius De Mun Wilburn, didn't immediately come out on the attack.
They had each others' initials tattooed on their hands and, in August 2013, the rapper told Hot 97's Angie Martinez that he was ready to settle down."This it.
I don't get into nothing to get out," the Atlanta-born artist said.