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‘Lawd Have Mercy:’ Ciara’s ‘Hot’ Monokini Picture Has Fans Going Wild

R&B singer Ciara had social media users gawking after she shared a photo of herself sporting revealing swimwear.

The “Goodies” artist took to Instagram on Saturday and posted a photo showing off her toned physique. In the image, Ciara donned an orange asymmetrical monokini that revealed her stomach, hips and rump-shaker. The swimsuit looks like a bikini from the side, but the strings at the waist and hip adds extra security and seemingly transforms it into a monokini.


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Ciara also paired the sultry one-piece with earth-toned bracelets, a pair of aviator shades and rocked long brazen waves. Fans went crazy over the artist’s spicy photo taken by her husband, NFL player Russel Wilson, were blown away by how amazing she looked.

“LAWD have mercy,” one fan wrote. “@ciara looks flawless … i hope theres baby #3 cooking in there 😍.”

Another added, “Sis, come thru!!!! Glowing in love 💕💕💕💕🙌🙌🙌🙌 ok hot mama!!!! Both of y’all FINE 💕💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾 hey now! Get it Sis!”

A third commented, “It’s not even summer yet, she got a whole summer bod ready. Stop killing us😩😊🥰 you look beautiful!”

Ciara’s sizzling photo follows shortly after her 2019 fitness campaign with Eqinox Gym. The star said she committed herself to a more challenging fitness and health routine a few years ago. She told People Magazine that she works out four times a week, but gives her body time to heal on the other three days.

“What I learned by having that daily commitment — and it doesn’t mean that I go in the gym every day, because you need to let your body recover — but when I started to become more consistent, I realized how much better I felt. … I feel like I can conquer the world on the days I work out, and it’s very rewarding,” she added.

The mother-of-two said her body went through a drastic change after gaining 55 pounds with her second daughter, 20-month-old daughter Sienna.

“The journey’s been a bit tougher because I have to retrain my stomach muscles to get back to what they were before. That in itself takes some focus,” she told People. “Mentally it’s a lot of work, but when I look at my kids they bring me the greatest joy, so it’s all worth it.”

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