The rapper, 32 - who has son Future Zahir, two, with the singer, 30 - claims he has 'nothing to do' with the international company being scared away from doing business with the R&B star after his rant back in January.
TMZ reports the hip-hop sensation is claiming the incident should not be part of Ciara's $15million defamation lawsuit against him and is calling for the judge presiding over the case to 'dismiss this part of her claims'.
The website states: ' He says Ciara has no proof any such deal fell apart. Further, he points out she hasn't even said which company was supposedly courting her.'
In July, Ciara took time out of her honeymoon with new husband Russell Wilson to file yet another lawsuit against her estranged ex-fiancé Future (born Nayvadius Wilburn).