June 18, 2018 / 1:36 PM

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Ciara Says "It's Hard" to Stay Celibate with Russell Wilson



 "Dance Like We're Making Lovesongstress Ciara is currently taking over New York Fashion Week (NYFW) and proving that she is a force to definitely be reckoned with. Earlier in the week the songstress invaded Andy Cohen's playhouse for Watch What Happens Live and spoke on her celibacy with her beau Russell Wilson, saying, "its hard because he's so beautiful," among other things. The Top Shop ambassador is proving that her and her handsome baller beau have more will power than most and when asked by the host and fellow guest of the show when they would be ending their celibacy, Ciara coyly replied, "you'll have to ask him".

Bossip reports during her appearance on WWHL, the singer and model practically glowed when talking about her handsome man, Wilson. When asked by Cohen why the duo was refraining from sex in the first place, Ciara explained that the two were looking to grow their friendship as the foundation of their relationship before physical intimacy.

However, Ciara did divulge how hard it was to keep her mind off being "sacked" by her quarterback beau, saying, "It's hard because he's so beautiful.....and those muscles." She also laughed when one of the asked about bases and suggested it was just "no home runs."  Ciara laughed and agreed that it was no home runs but did not elaborate on what bases, she and Wilson indulged in together.

The couple have been dating for more than half a year, but came out publicly back in April when Wilson and Ciara attended the White House State Dinner.

The two have been going strong ever since, even stirring up much controversy back in August after Ciara and her son (Future Jr) were spotted at the Seattle Seahawks Training Camp, despite her former fiance Future's disdain of Ciara bringing their son along.

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