R&B singer Ciara is officially a graduate of Harvard - kinda sorta. The mother-of-two recently celebrated graduating from a 3-day seminar at Harvard University, and shared glimpses of the special occasion on Instagram.

"My College Dream Has Come True and I’ll cherish this moment forever! What a surreal feeling walking to class every day, interacting with my classmates, diving into case studies, exploring [the] Harvard campus and Cambridge! Never stop dreaming," Ciara wrote. "Never stop believing!"

But just a few hours after posting about her graduation, Ciara made a very embarrassing spelling error on social media.

And now folks on Twitter are dragging the "Harvard grad" for filth.

Ciara posted on Instagram that her son was "addomate" about wearing a costume to the Alladin premiere. The word that Ciara was looking for is "adamant" which is defined by Webster's dictionary as "refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind."

Ciara is currently trending on Twitter . . . 

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Ciara recently opened up about her heartbreaking split from ex Future and her heartwarming marriage to NFL star Russell Wilson in a new episode of Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk."

“I’d have moments when I would be in the shower, I’d be crying. I had a few different settings — crying in the bedroom, crying in the shower … crying because I’m not in the happiest place, and it hurts what I’m going through,” she said of her breakup from Future, who was rumored to be unfaithful, in 2015.

She said it was a particularly painful separation because she became a single mom to their son, Future Zahir. "It was a combination of everything because none of it was ideal. I grew up with my mom and dad being together, the idea of it being, 'Mommy and Daddy made baby,' then all of a sudden you're living your life in front of the world," she admitted. "That adds a whole 'nother layer. 'I feel like I'm failing right now. Other people, they're gonna roast me. Here they come in the comment section. I'm about to get fried.'"