To answer the valid question here:
Does Creatine cause bloating?
Yes, the water retention usually seen with higher (>10g) loading doses can exceed five pounds (more than two kilograms). Lower doses may cause less water retention. While water mass is not muscle mass (though both count as lean mass), prolonged creatine supplementation is met with an increased rate of muscle growth.
Do you need to load creatine? No. http://examine.com/nutrition/do-i-need-to-load-creatine/
However: you are retaining more water, not more fat. Your weight is going up as a result of supplementing creatine increasing water retention but that weight is not fat. Some bodybuilders cycle off creatine for competitions but it varies from person-to-person.
Note: Some body-fat measuring scales (using electrical resistance) which claim to tell you your body-fat percentage are affected massively by your hydration/water level. Taking creatine may make it read falsely that your body-fat has gone up.
If that first post was from you I'd say that personally it sounds like you are trying to cut to show abs you probably don't have. Based on the original questions statistics (weigh/height) my personal recommendation would be to focus your main effort on your strength training, following a structured barbell program will help a lot. Consistency is key here.