Did Ciara LIE About Getting Into Harvard?

Ciara was never REALLY admitted to Harvard Business School!

(AllHipHop Rumors) Ciara. We love her. She's quite a dope woman and now that she is married to Russell Wilson, people consider THEM goals. You know everybody is out here looking at somebody else as "relationship goals." But, Ciara may have made a little ci-error when she announced she had been accepted to Harvard. She posted on Instagram that she's going to Harvard Business School. Things almost unraveled immediately. She posted a pic in a Harvard crewneck on May 20 and said, “I always dreamt of going to college, but by God’s grace, my music career took me on a path that I’m so thankful for. This week I got accepted into Harvard! Words cannot describe my excitement!”

What had REALLY happened was: Ciara "joined" Harvard via a $10,000 seminar that is being held at hosted by Harvard's Business School. Uhmmmmmmm, reports say this is a 3-day thing and you don't get a degree. Harvard is one of the most prestigious schools in America. Then the 33-year old thanked Harvard Business School Professor Anita Elberse “For a once in a lifetime opportunity to attend @Harvard.” The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports (BEMS) is a three-day seminar from May 29 to June 1 that costs $10,000. Anybody that can afford that is basically accepted, but it does NOT make you a graduate of the school, something people have accused Ciara of misleading folks to believe. I don't think she LIED, but I also don't think people understand the difference at face value.

Now, Ciara - a shining star - is being compared to Blac Chyna, who outright lied about being a student of Harvard.

The truth of the matter is, a lot of people go to Harvard and bust their ass for years and years to earn a degree, but never get the social media cache that CiCi is getting.

Either way, her Bae is proud so who cares.

Level up, B.

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