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Fantasia Barrino and her daughter Zion shopped at at Kitson Kids on Thursday in Beverly Hills, California.

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  1. FANTASIA INSPIRED ME TO SING SO NOW I SING IN THE SHOWER AT SCHOOL &IN SHOWS WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE FANTASIA!

  2. fantasia has a great voice shes very beautiful and so is zion. i love your music. you are my idol. some of the things you been through i been through and i wish i can meet you one day.. i pray that every night, but if i dont ever get to meet you i want you to know that I LOVE YOU SOO MUCH AND WISH YOU THE BEST!. your album is going to be amazing and i cant wait. love your biggest fan Qumeria!!…

  3. You know what Fantasia the Lord just keeps on blessing you. Keep your head up high and don’t let nothing that these haters are saying about you bother you. Let them know that no weapons formed against you shall prosper. Make sure what ever you do keep the Lord #1 in your life. Continue to take care of Zion and be Blessed. Your an example that if you wait on the Lord he will open up the window and poor you out blessing that you will not have room enough to receive. Hope God bless and keep you and i will keep you in my prayer’s your sister in Christ.

  4. I love Fantasia sooooooo much she is my idol i love everything about her i like her because she is my favorite idol and zion is so cute look just like her mother i hope she finish school and be a good person in life.One of my dream is that i hope i can see you one day if i dnt get a chance to see you.I want you to know this that you will always be my american idol.I LOVE YOU FANTASIA FRM YOUR BIGGEST NUMBER 1 FAN, MERIAN:)

  5. FANTASIA IS A BEAUTIFUL PERSON IN AND OUT. SHE HAD COURAGE TO DO THE THINGS THAT SOME TEEN PARENTS DIDN’T . I APPLAUD HER . IF ZION DOES LOOK LIKE HER DAD . I HOPE SHE ACTS AND SOUNDS LIKE HER MOTHER.

  6. I love her voice, but she ain ton the pretty side, her daughter however, is soooooo pretty must look like the father-good.

  7. fantasia u luk gud n dis pic f wt those haters gotta say. jus keep doin ur thng ppl is gona tlk about u bt jus let dem do dwt dey do cuz dats all dey can do. dey jus mad bcuz dey r nt wher u r so f dem.

  8. I’m a mother of three beautiful biracial children, and it really sickens me that you people would sit here and talk about someone’s child like this. Two of my children’s hair are au naturel, and gorgeous. I love my youngest daughter and son’s afro, the kinky curls, the texture. Love it. However, my teenage daughter has had her hair relaxed several times. She prefers low maintenance, silky, smooth hair. I let her choose because after all, she has to wear it, not me. It’s a matter of personal preference, and as long as her hair is properly moisturized and conditioned, the effects won’t leve her bald at 25. Get real. As far as her clothes go, so what? What’s wrong with Tinkerbell? Every little girl likes Tinkerbell. You’d rather see her runnin around in Prada, or Gucci, with her designer shades and handbags, like a lil mini adult? Let that baby have her childhood. She doesn’t need to dress like she is grown just because her mama can afford it. Those clothes are good enough for our kids, why put Fantasia down for it?

  9. Fantasia is not Hood-rich. Fantasia has money. She’s just ghetto. There’s a big difference.

    Hood-rich: person with extravagent luxuries that they clearly cannot afford. A person who drives a luxury car but lives w/ momma or in an apartment builiding. However, when they drive around the “hood” the people in the hood are impressed w/ his bling bling but he goes home only to park that luxury car at his mommas house or his apartment. HOOD-RICH!

    1. Hood Rich is sacrifing things you NEED in order to afford/or at least look like you can afford things you WANT. Typical of lower-income society.

    2. Projecting an image of success or power that you really have not attained by showing off material goods such as cars or houses in an effort to impress those around you. In the end…in the ‘real world’ you’re still a joke.

    1. Driving an $80k Benz, but still living at home with your parents instead of buying your own house or renting your own apartment, that’s hood rich.

  10. Fantasia!!! I love the tat on your leg. The dress is a little too much, considering that you are shopping with you daughter. Your supposed to be a role model, not saying that your not, just saying that you should be mindful of the clothes that you select to put on when your with your daughter.

  11. Those tattoos on her leg are hideous. Don’t get me wrong, I am a fan of tattoos, but not when they look like a growth up the side of your leg.

    and why did she perm that child’s hair so soon? I got my hair permed when I was in 8th grade, and I have no breakage, my forehead is where it’s always been, and I don’t have to put weave in my hair.

    This screams hot mess to me. But I have to support Fantasia cause she did her thing and is getting hers. I just wish she would act with more self respect.

  12. Drea- I feel u. Yeah, as a lot people have said genes have a lot to do with it. But seriously, if you’ve been adding chemicals to your hair every 6 weeks since you were 11, by the time you’re 25 its likely that your hair has suffered. I mean, thats just the truth. You & your cousin or best friend may have a different story, but thats the exception.
    People diss the white celebs for having their bi racial kids hair all crazy, but Id rather see an Afro on a 10 yr. old any day than a Hawaiian Silky perm.
    Thats not to say Zions hair couldnt be a press & curl, or that the white celebs shouldnt learn how to oil the kids hair & catch it up in some braids too.
    As for Fannie, shopping with your child in a dress that short, with heels is just begging for a wardrobe malfunction. Shes a better woman than me, bec. I would feel tacky & self conscious to be active (i.e. bending down to straighten my daughters clothes, etc).

  13. why haven’t there been any comments in regards to her toes hanging off of the front of her shoes?? …i’m sure she could’ve found a larger size or another pair somewhere!!

  14. FANTASIA I’M ONE OF UR BIGGEST FANS FORREAL EVERYONE ON HERE HATING REAL TALK PEOPLE DON’T BE LIKE THAT. LET MISS.FANTASIA DO WHAT SHE DO,BUT FORREAL I KNOW YALL WAS PROLLY HOT AND TIRED,BUT KUTE PIC…. LOVE THE NEW HAIR STYLE……

  15. I love fantasia she has come a very long way from the bottom to the top we need to stop being so judgemental and congradulate our fellow black sister. However her daughter is cute and she looks very cute in the picture with her mommy. Why everyone has so much negativity to say that is why you are where u are on the computer talkin about others at least she has made it somewhere in her life from being abused sexually to dropping out of school and having zion. I love fantasia she is an inspiration to me I watch her movie everyday, I almost know it by heart. Tasia if you read this you are wonderful everyone is going to have there on way that they feel about u but just believe in yourself like you already have, if I could ever meet you that would be cool. but like I say people need to stop being so judgemental and be reminded that if you don’t have anything positive to say don’t say anything at all.

    Mz. Jefferson

  16. It seems as though you people who comment about the pics and even change the subject to permed hair have a little too much time on your hands. I think the child is very cute no matter the hair or her clothes. Fantasia may need to continue shopping.

  17. I love how the daughter is dressed.I think she is keeping her a little girl and very well rounded. I also don’t see how you may say the fantasia looks better.since we known her idol status she has dressed like that. I applaude her for keeping her looking like a little girl should,no braids etc… plasin snd simple.

  18. drea…all black kids who get they head permed early hair dont fall out..me for example …its on my back and i was about 7 or 8 when my mom did mines..i kno several people who i can say the same for..and i kno natural hair people who hair doesnt grow…so u r wrong..its all in the maintaining dear..thats all..and i dont wear weave either but i see nothing wrong with it…do u wear make up? or fake nail? polish? do u accesorize? its all the same thing…if a woman can have weave or natural hair and its all right with her..then ur opinion means nothing..and who are u to say a child head shouldnt be permed until she is in highschool? ur not a parent u dont have a book on it [im assuming] and if the child isnt in a danger zone..then the decision is up to the parent..duh…

  19. People who are telling others stop “hating” and stop stating how they feel about her tattoos and such, oh please. It’s human nature for people to comment about others. Anyways the site has it up there for people to comment on.

    I wouldn’t say tattoos are unlady like and all that, because little ones here or there are just fine. Also if they can cover it up at the right times. But tattoos all up and down the leg is unattractive to me, that’s just my opion though.

  20. ESHASIMPLYBEAUTIFUL-You know damn well DREA wasn’t really talking about people with Alopecia, so you shouldn’t throw that in there. I’m sure DREA meant the people that have hair, that is real crazy and takes forever to maintain and instead burn it, kill it with chemicals, not the people that just can’t help wearing fake hair.

    But you would wait until high school? Hmmm I was thinking of not going to flatiron or get my future multiracial daughter’s hair hot combed until she was at least 12. Even then it won’t be all the time. But then again she might not get the kinky hair, so yeah.

  21. this…is…the…most….GHETTO HOT MESS OF A PICTURE I HAVE EVER SEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! like what in the hell is THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!…ughhhhhhhh this is terrible and im sorry but that lil girl is not to far away as well…and the cycle continues…*SMDH*

  22. I guess she is keeping it HOOD FAB
    but she really need to change her look up to a more
    tasteful, not so ghetto look, and still be herself.
    because that look is not working please invest some of your
    money to a good stylist.

  23. I’m from Guyana and children as young as four get their hair straighten. My mother straightened my hair at 12 because nobody wanted to corn-row my hair anymore (it was too much to handle). I love Fantasia and i must say at first glance i was like those tattoos don’t look good but that’s her choice and nobody elses. Her daughter is beautiful and i think achild must be a child the clothes are what a child must wear

  24. randomchic86: you need to understand that many people hold the views that were expressed above. Many people think that tattoos on women (even men) are ghetto and tasteless. I’m sure if you went to get a professional job your prospective employer would tend to agree (but at 22 maybe you haven’t realized this). And I know of mothers who relaxed their little girls’ hair, which caused hair loss (in one case complete baldness). But, I won’t say that you sound stupid (as you accused others of sounding). Instead, I’ll say that you have some growing up to do.

  25. why do people feel the need to judge and comment on how her daughter is dressed, or if her hair is permed or not. how do we know for a fact that it is permed, maybe its pressed? and btw, perming your hair at a young age does not leave you with no hair on the side of your head by the time you are in your teens. i had my hair permed when i was 8 because i couldnt take being natural anymore, having to deal with all the hair i had, and my momma took care of it, and at 22 i still have a very healthy head of hair

    i swear some people say things and do not realize how stupid they sound. her tattoos? yes you have a right to an opinion, and you dont have to like them, but its her body, and no one is entitled to say that it is unladylike! i have tattoos, so what, you are saying that anyone who has tattoos on her legs in unlady like.

    damn people, get over yourself, and stop judging. all that s*** is gonna come back to get you

  26. Im just happy to see her dressed like a kid because celebs usually are doing too much when it comes to dressing the kids shes a cute little gilr I live Fanny mae

  27. how can somebody sit up there and say fantasia dresses better then her daughter? first of all, what do you expect the lil girl to wear gucci light up shoes? i mean be for real she dressed like lil girls her age are supposed to be dresssed. Just because her hair is straight does not mean its permed it could be pressed, and if it was permed so what? people sitting up there tryna beat them down, but they still flyy

  28. BAd representation for your daughter girl, you know you better than that. Very unlady like. More like stripper pole outfit than out on the town outfit.

  29. See yall dumb ppl always judgin leave da woman alone ha child is cute and she is gorgeous she wanted ta perm ha daughter hair so she did……das wat some a yall needs ta do…..yall jus is critize ppl to much……I think fantasia is great and she and zion is shinin and ga keep on shinin..and loretta shut da f up u dont no anything u iz a hood rat ….and da res whu one critize say sumtin ta me id tell ya off cuz fantasia is my gurl…!!!

  30. why does the little girl’s hair have to be permed? maybe it’s an old-fashioned hot press. She’s a cute little girl, but i’m not feeling her mom’s look here. at all.

  31. Hotttt messsss, Fantasia. Hot mess. Drea, I agree- I think that a perm should wait until the kids at least become teens- but that’s just my opinion. To each her own. Weaves are anyone’s option too, if they want to rock it, why shouldn’t they? But length? As Shelia said, it’s all in the genes.

  32. ZION IS SO CUTE…. FANTASIA IS FANTASIA SHE DOESNT HAVE TO CHANGE FOR ANYBODY…. THEY WANTED HER TO CHANGE HER STYLE AND WAYS ON AMERICAN IDOL,SHE DIDNT AND SHE STILL WON….SO STOP JUDGING HER AND WORRY ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN YOUR OWN LIFES.

  33. Drea sweetie, it’s either in the genes, or it’s not! I’m an african american female with 2 daughters, ages 6 and 13. We all have perms and we all have extremely long hair! That was so stereotypical of you to say! Anyway, everyone should focus on the images they portray, particularly when with their little ones; even more so, we should focus more on the inside rather than the outside so much. A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT : )

  34. SHE LOOKS A MESS NO MATTER WHAT IF A PERSON IS A HOOD RAT THEY WILL ALWAYS BE A HOOD RAT JUST WITH MONEY. AND SHE NEEDS TO SAVE IT WE ALL KNOWS WHAT HAPPENDS TO PEOPLE LIKE HER. SHE WILL FADE OUT JUST LIKE ALL THE REST SO, SHE NEED TO START SOME TYPE OF PROGRAM WITH SINGLE MOTHERS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT SO SHE CAN KEEP THE MONEY ROLLING. YES SHE CAN SING BUT YOU ALSO HAVE TO HAVE A IMAGE THAT IS MARKETABLE AND SHE DOES NOT HAVE THAT. SHE NEED TO CAPTIALIZE OFF OF HER FAME NOW LIKE I SAID BEFORE SHE IS SWEPT UNDER A RUG.

  35. SHE LOOKS A MESS NO MATTER WHAT IF A PERSON IS A HOOD RAT THEY WILL ALWAYS BE A HOOD RAT JUST WITH MONEY. AND SHE NEEDS TO SAVE IT WE ALL KNOWS WHAT HAPPENDS TO PEOPLE LIKE HER. SHE WILL FADE OUT JUST LIKE ALL THE REST SO, SHE NEED TO START SOME TYPE OF PROGRAM WITH SINGLE MOTHERS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT SO SHE CAN KEEP THE MONEY ROLLING. YES SHE CAN SING BUT YOU ALSO HAVE TO HAVE A IMAGE THAT IS MARKETABLE AND SHE DOES NOT HAVE THAT. SHE NEED TO CAPTIALIZE OFF OF HER FAME NOW LIKE I SAID BEFORE SHE IS SWEPT UNDER A RUG.

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