Russell Wilson wishes Ciara a happy Mother’s Day but not everyone is happy about his message

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Russell Wilson posted a sweet tribute to wife Ciara just before Mother’s Day and two weeks after she gave birth to his first child and their first baby together, daughter Sienna Princess Wilson.

However, his choice of words in the Mother’s Day message seemed to have really ticked some people off

The NFL star posted the photo above which he captioned “Nothing better than spending time with you. 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.” In the photo is Russell, Ciara and her son Future Zahir Wilburn which she shares with her ex and rapper Future.
The singer’s ex has not commented on Russell’s post, which touched scores of fans. However, some people appeared to speak on his behalf and alert him to the message.

“You gotta think how @future thinks,” one person wrote. “He still has a kid that’s not yours and no matter what you have to respect that as a man @dangerusswilson.”

“Ur kid not our kids baby future is future child,” another person said.

Others defended his choice of words.

“I especially admire Russell for taking on the responsibility of raising an infant as your own, marrying that infant’s mother and making them your family,” one person wrote. “What great man!”

“A Loving Family is all that matters,” another user said.

In 2015, after Russell was photographed walking with Ciara and pushing then-1-year-old Future in a stroller, people taunted Future about it on social media.

“Of course I wouldn’t want someone pushing my son,” the rapper later said on The Breakfast Club. “Like, that’s the number one rule. Like, if I was a kid and my mom had a dude pushing me, I would’ve jumped out of the stroller and slapped the s–t out of…you never do that in our community. You don’t even bring a man around your son.” Future said

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