The future finally looks a little brighter for Ciara and her ex.
The pop star officially settled her bitter custody battle with rapper Future over their 2-year-old son, agreeing on joint guardianship, TMZ reports.
Under the agreement, their young son, Future Zahir Wilburn, will spend the majority of his time with Ciara, but his father will have reasonable access whenever he’s home in Atlanta and not touring, according to the gossip site.
The custody deal comes less than two weeks after Ciara, 31, filed paperwork to dismiss her longstanding $15 million “false light” lawsuit against Future after he dissed her in a radio interview and claimed she refused to let him see his son.
In one particularly venomous Twitter missive, Future, whose real name is Nayvadius Wilburn, wrote of Ciara, “this b—h got control problems.”
Ciara also dropped a defamation suitagainst the “Turn on the Lights” rapper last October in response to that same Twitter rant because she would’ve had to prove Future’s diatribe negatively impacted her career.
The “Goodies” singer, who broke her engagement to Future in 2014, is now married to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and is pregnant with their first child.
Future, meanwhile, made headlines last weekend when he appeared on the sidelines before Seattle’s NFC Divisional playoff game in Atlanta.