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Last month, Ciara teased her new track, ‘Sorry’ with a personal note she wrote to a mystery guy and now she is gearing up to debut the actual video. In preparation of the Thursday premiere on BET’s 106 and Park, she has released a few stills to build up buzz for the track.

And it seems as though, this may be one of her most personal tracks to date. According to a recent interview with Essence Magazine, she reveals that the new song is possibly about someone ‘famous’ that she use to love but he refused to say ‘I’m Sorry’: Is it safe to assume the song is about 50 Cent or Amar’e Stoudemire?

CIARA: It’s safe to assume that the song is about someone that I really loved. [Amar’e] was a sweetheart to me, but it’s definitely not about him. Is this someone famous?

CIARA: It’s someone that I really loved. They’ll know who they are when they hear the song. When the song comes out today, who will be people think you’re talking about?

CIARA: People always create their own stories based on their interpretations of what something is. I guess for me more than anything it’s just a real song from my heart that was real to me. What if he had said sorry, would that have changed anything?

CIARA: In my case the person knew that they were wrong but had so much pride and ego that they didn’t want to feel like they were wrong. If a person uses the word sorry loosely then of course it loses its value. I believe you shouldn’t have to tell a man what they’re supposed to say. A real man to me shouldn’t be afraid to say sorry. It would have meant so much from thatperson because they never said anything like that.