WWHL: Ciara Spills Deets on Russell, Kids and her Future

Posted On : April 18, 2019

Ciara’s is continuing to Level Up

Ciara recently sat down with Andy Choen, of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live on Tuesday night. I must say happiness looks good on CiCi, as a matter of fact, happiness looks good on every woman when shes’ loved right.

Ciara addressed the announcement of her husband quarterback Russell Wilson’s new contract where they’re seen shacked up in bed together looking very happy. Despite what it looks like, she says nothing sexual went down after that moment.

“After we did that video, we went to sleep!” she reveals with a laugh.


While on the couch CiCi revealed that she wouldn’t mind giving baby number three a try… she says eventually.

“I do look forward to the third one, but we got a little time right now,” Ciara said. “I’m enjoying dancing with my flat belly right now.”

Ciara and Russell tied the knot in July 2016. They share a 2-year-old daughter, Sienna, and Ciara has a 4-year-old son, Future Zahir, by rapper Future Hendrix.

Ciara revealed she’s open to collaborating with Nicki again:

“You know I love Nicki,” “There’s no plans right now but I’m always down to rock with my girl. She’s a rockstar and she knows how to really come in and make a track super fire. I’m always down for getting together.”

CiCi is currently promoting her seventh studio album Beauty Marks, which was released last month and features singles “Level Up” and “Greatest Love”.

Ciara and Russell are still celebrating his new four-year, $140 million contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks. Andy asks, “….Is there any part of you that feels like, take it?” in reference to haters:

“I’m just so proud of him,” she said. “He’s just incredible. (The deal was) literally down to the wire, it’s just so fascinating how that works in sports. We were able to sleep comfortably. Honestly, there was peace brought to our hearts and our minds knowing that Seattle is going to continue to be home. It’s a blessing.”

Russell’s deal includes a $65 million signing bonus and a no-trade clause, keeping him at home in Seattle until he turns 35 (retirement age for most NFL players).

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