Ciara Is CRITICIZED By Black Twitter For New Video . . . They Say She’s Having A Mid-Life Crisis!

R&B singer Ciara is doing too much in her latest music video? The 36-year-old married mother of three has shown off her sexy flair in her latest project and it’s caught the attention of fans.

Ciara released her new video Jump today – and it’s causing quite a stir, especially on Black Twitter.

First off, Ciara wears a pretty revealing outfit. And she basically twerks through the whole video.

Many on social media felt that Ciara — who has maintained a sane image with her children and husband Russell Wilson — appears to be having “a midlife crisis.”

A national midlife survey in the United States conducted a survey to determine how many people experience midlife crisis. About 26% of the participants reported having a midlife crisis.

However, most survey participants indicated that their midlife crisis occurred before the age of 40 or after the age of 50.
This raises the question of whether these crises are really related to midlife, since midlife is typically considered to be the age of 45.

Of the one in four people who say they’ve had a midlife crisis, the vast majority say it was caused by a major event rather than old age. Factors that triggered the crisis included life changes such as divorce, job loss, loss of a loved one or relocation.

What do you mean? Here is the full video:

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