Ciara ‘Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone’ Set Pic

Published: Wednesday 27th Jun 2007 by Sam

This steamy shot of Ciara and 50 Cent, taken from the singer’s newest video ‘Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone’ isn’t likely to ease the rumors that the two are indeed an item. For months now, many have speculated as to whether or not the pair are dating, after they were spotted out together several times. Fueling the rumors further is the fact that they were seated next to each other at last night’s BET Awards. Personally, I’m not convinced; it seems like a ploy to generate interest in the single – which features 50. Still, I’m more anxious to see the video now…so I guess it worked.
What do you think of the pic?

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  1. Anonymous June 27, 2007

    the song is definately a hit!!!!

    i first heard this song quite a while ago AND I STILL LOVE IT!!!

    they both’ll b great.

  2. Anonymous June 27, 2007

    When I heard 50 Cent would be on the album I went straight to listen to that track to listen. It was/is one of my favortie tracks on the album. The two would make a great item. O.o

  3. Tamika June 27, 2007

    Nice pic. I wish Fif & CiCi well.

  4. Anonymous June 27, 2007

    that pic worked!! made me wanna see the video about 10x more!! cant wait for the vid! and then thats right! im even more excited for that video!!

  5. Anonymous June 29, 2007

    they look hot together. I can’t wait to see the video.

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