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Russell Wilson plagiarized his latest sappy love note to Ciara

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 28: Professional football player Russell Wilson (L) and recording artist Ciara attend the 2015 BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on June 28, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Earl Gibson/BET/Getty Images for BET)

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 28: Professional football player Russell Wilson (L) and recording artist Ciara attend the 2015 BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on June 28, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Earl Gibson/BET/Getty Images for BET)

It's no secret that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara are in a relationship and love each other very much.

They tell the entire world about it on social media all the time and are very eloquent and articulate in their love notes.

My Love. I am So Proud Of You! What A Phenomenal Season It's Been. You Never Cease To Amaze Me With Your Faith, Will, Integrity, Resilience, and Courage. You Always Find A Way To Make Things Happen When It Seems Absolutely Impossible! Constantly Inspiring Me and Others Around. A Rare Breed You Are. My Champ. The Best Is Yet To Come. I Love You #GoHawks #3

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Sweetest thing I've ever known. I'm so grateful for the loving, sweet, standup woman you are.. Love you #TrueLove https://t.co/7YTIGwN64q

— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) January 18, 2016

So on Wednesday, it wasn't surprising at all that Wilson sent out this tweet on "Woman Crush Wednesday" and used such descriptive language like "honey sweet lips that were lilac soft."

PM #WCW I kissed her & she had honey sweet lips that were lilac soft w/ a loving & affectionate personality @Ciara pic.twitter.com/qwxXkfWnCK

— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) January 28, 2016

But now we're forced to confront this serious reality: Russell Wilson plagiarized his sappy love note to Ciara.

Incredibly brilliant Tweeter Natalie Weiner decided to Google the words Wilson used in his tweet, and here's what she found.

oh no pic.twitter.com/kpSw16wJHO

— Natalie (@natalieweiner) January 28, 2016

Yes, it looks like Wilson Googled "describing a beautiful woman" to come up with the right words for Ciara.

Now, it's POSSIBLE Wilson is such a wordsmith that he came up with that tweet all on his own, but it would still be plagiarism as they're clearly not his original words.

One on hand, come on, bro. One the other, you gotta give Wilson credit for putting effort into this. It's still the thought that counts, right?