"God told me something else. He ain't tell me to wait, I guarantee you that," Future said in an interview with HuffPost Live. "We prayed afterwards though. After we did it, we prayed. That's a true story."
The 31-year-old went on to say, "That's what really got me... I was like, 'Whoa, that sh-t's blowing me away.' That's what sweeped me off my foot. Never had nobody pray after sex."
"God spoke to me and said, 'I need you to lead her,'" Wilson revealed in an interview with San Diego's The Rock Church. "Nobody's perfect, but He's anointed us to do something miraculous, something special."
Meanwhile, Future has been busy on a press tour to promote his new album, DS2. In his new docu-series Like I Never Left, he gets candid about the decision to call off his wedding to Ciara last year. (And no, he says it had nothing to do with cheating.)
"I can't have all these different big media outlets cover my wedding and I'm not comfortable," he said. "I'm not comfortable about where I'm at in my career. I'm not comfortable about compromising about just being the person that I am, being the man that I am. I feel like my better judgement is to go back and record and make music."
For what it's worth, Ciara took to Twitter to issue a non-statement on Future's recent revelations.
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