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Ciara Called Someone 'Dishonest' (We're Guessing It's Future)

And he responded.

Future and Ciara haven't addressed their breakup much publicly in the months since the split, but it now they've started to -- with varying degrees of directness.

In the first part of his new documentary, “Like I Never Left,” Future got surprisingly candid about the relationship -- except CiCi says that candor is actually untrue and misleading. Or, at least, she implied as much in some cryptic tweets.

Before we get there, though, in case you missed the "F--k Up Some Commas" MC's message, it revolved around their working relationship, saying he was surprised when she chose to "go straight to Dr. Luke" for her new album, rather than work with him and Mike Will.

"I thought that was a little weird,” he added. “And we’re still in a relationship [at the time], so it was like, sh-t kinda threw me off.”

It seems like those comments kind of threw off Ciara, too, who shares a child with the Atlanta rapper. Between "Like I Never Left" and Future's Monday interview on HuffPostLive -- where he referenced a pact between Ciara and her new boyfriend, Seattle Seahawks quarter back Russell Wilson, to wait until marriage to have sex, emphasizing he and her made no such agreement -- something hit a nerve for the singer.

Less than an hour after she sent out those directly indirect tweets, she responded to one of Wilson's with a heart emoji. Coincidence?

It looks like Future noticed her noticing him, and fired up a subliminal message of his own aimed at his ex. "I wish u didn't care," he wrote on Instagram, accompanying a pensive picture.

I wish u didn't care #DS2

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There are still four more parts of "Like I Never Left" that are going to be released, leading up to Future's Dirty Sprite 2 album on Friday, so he may have more to say on this before the week's out.

Hopefully the two can remain on good terms as they raise their son -- who, by the way, is cute. So let's enjoy his cuteness.