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Rapper Future Writes Son Future Jr Another Birthday Note After Russell Wilson's Emotional Message

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By Ryan Naumann

Rapper Future wrote another sweet birthday message to his son Future Jr after Russell Wilson’s emotional note.

Future shared a personal photo of his son wearing a Happy Birthday crown with a gold chain. He captioned the post, “It’s your day TWIN, more life more love and blessings…stay true to yourself always put God 1st…Big Six.”

Earlier in the day, Future wrote a short message to Future Jr on Twitter. He said, “Happy Birthday FUTURE. Love u FOREVER twin.”

Future shares his son with singer Ciara, who is currently married to Russell Wilson. The NFL star has been raising Future for several years and considers him his own son.

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He wrote to Future Jr on his birthday in which he called himself his “dad.” Russell shared an adorable video of the two swimming captioned, “You are my daily inspiration. My best friend...Full of Love, Joy, and Grace. I thank Jesus everyday for who you are & being able to lead & guide you. Your future is forever endless and I pray you swim into every opportunity and obstacle in life with this much Love and Enthusiasm. Happy 6th Birthday Future! Daddy loves you! 🙏🏾💪🏾❤️ @Ciara.”

On Mother’s Day, Future publicly thanked six of his baby mamas on social media. He wrote to his ex Ciara, “Happy Mother’s Day Ci..Baby Future is Life,Preciate u.”

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The two getting along comes after years of public fighting. Future and Ciara fought for years until settling their custody dispute in 2017. They share joint custody of Future Jr. but he lives with Ciara for the majority of the time.

In the past, Future took issue with Russell taking a hands-on role. It appears the exes are working towards being more amicable with each other.

As The Blast previously reported, Future is currently dealing with a paternity battle with a Florida-woman named Eliza Reign.

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