Shar Jackson and her daughter Cassie,12, were photographed at the Spiderwick game event last week. Kudos to Shar,31, for maintaing her youthful appeal.
ALSO, LOOKS AS IF SHAR LOST SOME WEIGHT. LAST I SAW HER SHE WAS HEAVY LIKE KEVIN HAS GOTTEN. HOPE SHE IS WATCHING HIS WEIGHT TOO. HE IS AN ATTRACTIVE MAN TO LET HIS APPEARANCE GO TO THE DOGS LIKE HE HAS. NEXT TIME I SEE HIM, SHAR, HE BETTER BE THAT FINE ASS GUY BRITNEY TOOK AWAY FROM YOU SOME ODD YEARS AGO. PAYS TO STAY IN SHAPE AND FIT.
SHAR IS BEAUTIFUL INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY AS WELL TO TAKE CARE OF HER MAN’S OTHER WOMAN’S OR EX-WIFE’S CHILDREN. THAT IS A GOOD WOMAN. JUST A REMINDER, MOST BLACK WOMEN DO NOT AGE HARD, THEY AGE GRACEFULLY. AGE CATCHES UP WITH THEM LATER, BUT THEY DO AGE AS EVERYONE ELSE ON EARTH. YOU CAN TELL SHAR IS THE OLDER PERSON IN THE PICTURE, SO SHE MUST BE THE MOTHER, RIGHT? I THOUGHT YOU KNEW.
Dang what is this.. Shar does’nt look old enough to have a daughter that old.. Amazing
They look more than just mother/daughter or sisters.. they seem to have a friendship bond just by the pose in the picture below.
Where are pictures of Kevins’ and Shars’ kids?
She is pretty like her mom.
Brittany stop the madness! You are so jealous it’s not even funny. Stop your nonsense right now, THEY LOOK GOOD AND YOU KNOW IT, Go finish up that HATERADE before it gets hot. You full of ish!
i know that right gurl
They are beautiful and cute.
She isnt Kevin’s daughter biologically.
damn they do look like sisters.
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