Ciara is one proud wife, and she has no time for the haters who are criticizing her looks, hair or fashion sense.
This week, Ciara and her very enthusiastic self showed up to applaud and cheer her husband, Russell Wilson, and his team, the Seattle Seahawks.
It was a special game for the quarterback who threw a touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett.
Russell, who was playing against the Arizona Cardinals, made history with his 35th touchdown passes of the year.
The mother of two shared a sweet message for her husband that read: “Love you, baby. I’m so proud of you @DangeRussWilson. Your hard work, consistency, and dedication motivates me. No matter what, you’re always a winner to me! #Playoffbound #GoHawks.”
The Internet skipped Ciara’s love for her man, and they are busy dragging her hair.
One person said: “No..other races wear clip ons/extensions that look like the very hair that grows from their scalp..hence the name “extensions”??..they only wear afros on halloween..and its meant as a joke..they do not wear afro hair 365 days out of the year that looks nothing like the hair from their own scalp..if they did it would look ridiculous..much like sew-ins and lace fronts black women wear..now that I educated you on the differences between what other races actually do?..I hope you see how ridiculous weave looks?..I hope you know now?.. I hope that helps you by answering all of your questions good day?.”
This fan defended Ciara in a post that read: “Why did that hurt you so much? What does weave have to do with anything? Especially when all races wear it.. whether you knew that or not.she still going home to her mansion with her millions in her bank. Let her be!!”
Another supporter claimed: “Look like someone cut off the entire horse tail and put it on her head ?? I love her tho ?. But I like her hair. That ponytail is giving me life ? I need it.”
A fourth critic claimed: “The ponytail is a no for me dawg. When will Black queens stop wearing the weave ?Ciara don’t start with these damn hairstyles now ? you been doing alright.”
Ciara deals with critics elegantly.