On Saturday, Ciara took to Instagram and posted a video of her and her husband pulling into the driveway of their home. They noticed a large orange container sitting in their driveway.
In that same week, Beyoncé sent Ciara, along with Cardi B., Reese Witherspoon, Ellen DeGeneres, Zendaya and many more celebrities packages filled with free clothes from her Adidas Ivy Park line.
“Pulling up to the crib, okay I see you Bey, I see how you does it,” the “Level Up” and “Promise” singer said in the video. Her husband Wilson chimed in and added, “What in the world… She sent a house to the house.”
Grateful for her Ivy Park collection package sent by Beyoncé, Ciara wrote in her caption, “We just got a new house..and it’s Orange:).. Thanks Bey @Beyonce.” She also congratulated the “Crazy In Love” singer on her new athletic Adidas brand.
Some fans were confused and thought Beyonce actually purchased the Wilsons a home.
“Wow so amazing,” one fan wrote. ” House tour please woowww congratulations.”
Another commented, ” Good looking out @beyonce. Class Act I wanna house too.”
Others were curious to see the Wilson’s PR box.
“@Ciara On behalf of the fans. What’s on the box? We need pics please. Thank you 🤗,” a fan said.
A second added, ” @ciara make a video with the clothes/materials in the box please! We wanna see.”
The couple imitated the dynamic duo’s video for their song “Apes–t.” They replicated Beyoncé’s and Jay-Z’s outfits in the music video as they stood in front of a Barack and Michelle Obama painting that was originally the Mona Lisa.
Ciara wrote in her caption, “From the Wilsons to the Carters to the Obamas… Much Love & Respect. We goin Ape $#!% #HappyHalloween.”
Bey and Jay apparently responded back to the couple privately, and said they “loved it,” according to Wilson.
“Yeah we heard a little something, yeah. They loved it,” said the Seattle Seahawks quarterback. “They were cracking up and just told us it was the perfect outfit, the perfect look.”