Due to the ever-present COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, millions of Americans have been told to stay home to prevent the spread of the virus. Although pop singer Ciara is no exception, she and her 5-year-old son Future Zahir (who she had with rapper Future) are clearly enjoying their time in quarantine.
Recently, Ciara shared a TikTok video she made with her son. In the video, Ciara and Future Zahir wear sunglasses and dance to the hip-hop single “Hit Yo Groove” by Runitup Tahj. Ciara captioned the video: “Me N My Baby Boy. #HitYoGrooveChallenge.” Ciara’s husband, NFL quarterback Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks, commented: “The best!!! Love you two so much.”
Ciara (who is pregnant with her third child) and her family may all be stuck at home, but they are making the most of their quality time together, as they followed in the footsteps of three-time NBA champion LeBron James and his family and released their own family TikTok video, dancing to the song “Something New” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Ty Dolla $ign. The footage shows the family standing in a single file line, with 2-year-old Sienna Princess in front. She dances for a few seconds and then moves aside for her brother Future Zahir, who is then followed by Ciara, Anna Wilson (Russell Wilson’s younger sister), and finally Russell Wilson. “1st Family Tik Tok Post,” Ciara captioned the video, tagging her husband and Anna Wilson. “Too much fun. #Family.”
Aside from dancing on social media, Ciara and Russell Wilson also spend their time and money helping their community in Seattle, Washington. On March 17, the power couple released a video on Instagram, announcing that they were donating a million meals to Food Lifeline, a local Seattle food bank, to aid people in Seattle who are affected by the coronavirus pandemic. “Seattle has given us so much. Now you have people losing their jobs who are trying to pay their rent and looking for food,” says Russell Wilson. “God’s given us the ability to serve and give back. The whole city’s been shut down, and we want to hopefully make a little bit of a difference.”