Ciara had some laissez-faire commentary on the "Ciara Curse," which was a rumored hex that she put on the Seattle Seahawks as Russell Wilson's girlfriend after their fall losing streak. Basically, the singer said that she thought the whole thing was "silly." Perhaps she is used to these type of superstitions in the entertainment industry or maybe she's just tired of being blamed for things out of her control.
Some passionate fans believed that boyfriend Russell Wilson had fallen victim to her hex, which supposedly affected former flames Amar'e Stoudemire, Bow Wow, 50 Cent and Future, who had a dramatic career increase after their split. One particularly rabid fan even began a GoFundMe page in order to raise $50,000 in order to facilitate a break-up between Ciara and her beau, according to Radio.com.
It's not like she's unused to people over-analyzing their relationship and she often takes a go with a flow approach to it all. She explained it all to Rolling Stone, saying, "You know what? It comes with territory. I think that this is a job; I wake up every day doing exactly what I love and what I dreamed of. So the best thing to do is focus on that." It appears that the singer takes the whole thing in stride, but is at least taking a stance on the supposed curse.
She further said to the magazine, "You also realize when people say negative things about you, you know that you're still living your dream. When people say those types of comments, you know, that's silly. It's clearly silly." It makes sense that Ciara would be so unflinching about these rumors, since it's obviously taken a lot of time and effort for her to get to where she is in the music industry.
What likely began the rumors in the first place was the 0-2 start for the Seattle Seahawk's fall season, but the team soon turned it around and with that the hex talk went kaput.
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