Future Caught Sampling Ex Ciara’s Music for New EP

Future Caught Sampling Ex Ciara's Music for New EP

Wow has it come to this? Future creative juices seem to have hit a wall or he is sending his ex Ciara a message that he still loves her.

Why are we saying this? Well, it appears that Future is being CALLED OUT by Ciara fans who noticed his new mini-album dropped on June 7 and one of the tracks samples Ciara’s throwback bop ‘Promise.’ – Yup, Ciara get your legal team together because Future owes you some royalties. Read on and listen to Future Caught Sampling Ex Ciara’s music…

CelebNMusic247.com reports that Future’s Save Me EP dropped at the stroke of midnight on June 7, but adoring Ciara fans could stop noticing the striking similarity between his song “Shotgun” and his ex Ciara’s 2006 song, “Promise.”

Future and Ciara have been split since 2014, but it appears he still has her on his mind because he is using her music on his new song. We wonder if he got the rights to use the song?

Anyways, fans are entirely convinced that he purposefully sampled his ex’s track!

One fan tweeted:

Future really got a Ciara sample cleared for this ep lmao. that is hilarious!

Is Future paying tribute to his ex Ciara with his new EP? After the mini-album dropped on June 7, fans were convinced that one track sampled Ciara’s throwback bop ‘Promise.’

Another wrote:

I don’t have too much time for future this morning, but i drop by to listen to him sample Ciara.

Then this one gave props to Future calling him the GOAT co-signing the decision:

Future sample Ciara’s promise. This n**ga is savage af ??????.

Some fans weren’t entirely convinced that he is paying ode to the R&B singer here.

You already know Ciara wouldn’t clear a sample for Future even if he was on fire! “Shotgun” was good though.

Future has yet to confirm or deny that he sampled the 2006 track. You can take a listen to both songs for yourself, below:

Just remember Ciara said this about her past relationship with Future.

The one thing I will say is, I’m really afraid of losing myself. And I think if you sit in situations that are unhealthy or you let them linger too long you start to lose yourself. I don’t like crying all the time. I don’t like being sad. So I’m like, ‘how do I get out of this? Because I like being happy.’

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