Thanks Ciara!!! The Seattle Seahawks’ Official DJ Confirms Whether Or Not He Plays Future During Practice

- By Bossip Staff

Seahawks DJ Talks Playing Future At Practice

The Seattle Seahawks’ official DJ recently gave an interview to Billboard detailing his time working for Russell Wilson’s squad.

According to the DJ, DJ DV One, he plays a variety of music…

It depends — Pete Carroll and the upper staff, when Norton was one of our coaches — they like funk. They would request James Brown, Gap Band…

but struggles with the decision whether or not to play Future considering that Russell’s girlfriend Ciara is often around at practice.

Among the players, last year it was Drake and Rick Ross. This year, I’ve been getting a lot of requests for Future. But that dynamic is weird too, because I can barely play Future with Ciara running around and that’s her baby’s dad. It’s just that he has a dope-ass album out right now, players like to hear it, it definitely gets you pumped up — even though it’s low-tempo, it’s still stuff that you want to hear — and then you’ve got Ciara running up with little baby Future and she’s dating Russell so it’s like, “Oh f—.”

If they were to ask me to play “Tony Montana” I’d be like, get the hell out of here. If they ask me to play “Commas” or “Trap N—-s” or any of this type of s***, I’m playing that all day. It’s a weird balance — how do I play this and feel comfortable?

And when it comes to playing Ciara for the team, he doesn’t want to seemed biased.

I also feel weird playing Ciara, because I was playing Ciara before she started dating Russell. I’d play “Goodies” and stuff like that for the crowd because it’s mainstream — it’s dance-y music, it’s popular, it’s stuff that you can get away with playing. Now that she’s dating Russell, I don’t want people to be like, “He’s just playing that because she’s dating Russell.”

So the Seahawks are turning up to Ciara at practice??? Interesting.

What do YOU think about the Seahawks DJ saying he isn’t comfortable playing Future???

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