Ciara Says 'God Bless' to Rihanna and Friends Amid Criticism?

Ciara, 27, recently took to her Twitter to chastise critics that many believe may be Rihanna and her best friend Melissa Forde.

Forde posted a picture of herself and Barbadian pop star Rihanna smiling on Instagram. They were watching Ciara perform the acapella version her new single "Body Party" in a video uploaded to YouTube.

"#BodyParty (bathroom acapella version) #London," Forde tweeted.

After Ciara caught wind of the message, she retweeted it on her personal social media account. Her next message seemed to chastise the famed pop star and her friend.

"Don't have time 4 the silliness. Grow Up and Do Something Positive with ya selves for once," Ciara tweeted. "God Bless."

The exchange took place two years after Rihanna and Ciara publicly exchanged words on the social media network. On an episode of E! Network's Fashion Police, Ciara admitted to having friction with the Barbadian singer.

"I ran into her recently at a party. She wasn't the nicest," Ciara admitted on the television show in 2011. "It's crazy, because I've always loved and respected what she's done in fashion. It wasn't the most pleasant run-in."

After Rihanna heard about Ciara's comment, she tweeted, "my bad Ci, did I forget to tip you? How rude of me....You gangsta huh? Ha."

Ciara did not let things end there, and continued the exchange on Twitter.

"Trust me Rihanna you don't want to see me on or off the stage," she tweeted two years ago.

While Rihanna's rebuttal consisted of telling Ciara that she may have a problem booking the stage to perform on, she eventually took to Twitter to apologize.

"Ciara baby, I love you girl!" she Tweeted. "You hurt my feelings real bad on TV! I'm heartbroken! That's why I retaliated this way! So sorry! Let's make up."

Ciara, seemed to be willing to end things back then by accepting her peer's apology on Twitter.

"Rhi, u know its always been love since day 1! Doing shows and everything," Ciara tweeted. "You threw me off in that party! Apology accepted."