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She has been in numerous fashion shows and has been in several media outlets, and she is only five years old. Chloe Giselle Hampton is an upcoming child model who dreams of becoming a big star one day

Her mom says, “Chloe came to me before she was two and said she was gonna be a Disney Star, I was like, “sure sweetie, if you say so”. After that she bugged me tirelessly to let her “follow her dream”, I always brushed it off because I felt she was too young to know what she wanted. People would always tell us how beautiful she is, but I still wanted no part in it. After a year and a half she finally convinced me to to take her in for an audition at Images, a local agency; and they loved her! At that point I had a decision to make (Source).”

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ChloeHampton.com for more on this rising star.

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  1. Thanks again everyone, for the love and support!

    @Camie- I did not take offense to the questions about whether my daughter’s hair is weaved or relaxed. It’s not as if I’ve never been asked before…I didn’t think you meant anything negative, by asking a simple question. People ask me these sort of questions all the time; because they are curious about the products or tools I use. By no means am I a hairstylist…I just do my best to take care of her hair, and I don’t ever want her to be the black girl in life or on a project, who’s hair is uncombed! We see that all too often, and that is offensive, when you see little black girls on commercials or in ads that way. Somebody on set has to know how to comb hair, or better yet, why didn’t her mother do it? Lol!

    We could probably all go back and forth for days about who’s right and wrong, but the truth is that we all have the right to our opinions, and ask questions when we want to know something! I think that everyone made valid points, but let’s just agree to disagree, and get back to being uplifting and supportive as a community! We waste too much time on nonsense, and not enough enjoying life and being positive!

    @Mercedes- I definitely emphasize the importance of education and GOD. Chloe is homeschooled year-round, and she is currently in first grade. As far as religion, I’ve taught both of my children that all people were created to be great, because life itself is a miracle, and GOD certainly didn’t waste his time and power to create us with no purpose. Like my dad always told me, “GOD don’t make no junk”…He put his divinity and infinite potential into each of us, and it’s meant to be used in full to add value to the universe and create abundance in the lives of all!

    I taught my children three rules to succeed, which is the exact same rules that I teach the clients I consult in business:

    1. Passion & Service- You have to love what you do and do what you love, and you have to add value to the world no matter how small the contribution.

    2. Ask, Believe, Receive

    3. Habbakuk 2:2 “And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it clear, that he may run that readeth it.”-God often reveals our purpose to us, and allows the opportunity to live the life we want and deserve. You have to be clear and precise about what EXACTLY you want from life, and the things you want to achieve. When you recognize the divinity of GOD in us and his presence in our lives, how can you not succeed?

  2. It is a shame that we had to question the “authenticity” of this beautiful black child’s hair. Her mother was kind to answer diplomatically, however the query did not truly deserve a response.
    Please attempt to free yourself of THAT mentally.

    Much Peace and Love to Chloe

  3. Shes beauTifuL! I hope she makes it further in Life.
    -I swear some BLack FoLks and this “HAIR KRAP” has to go. its just dumb the way some of you people think! I dont think its hard to beLive that her hair is long and HeaLthy just because she is BLACK! uugh.. ~Thanx for sharing the Truth TabithA!~

  4. She’s adorable…i hope her parents are teaching her the importance of education and GOD….everything else will definitely fall into place…

  5. Camie why would u wonder if that is her own hair? u act as if it is down to her knees. What……..black little girls can’t have long hair? Jaden’s hair is just as long, didn’t see anything about u questioning that. I hope you are not black………..that just goes to show where some of our minds still are. My daughter hair was to the middle of her back and softer than Nahla’s, she is black. Yes the little girl is gorgeous, but that old folks hairstyle have to go. I tell ya these kids sure know what they want now at a younger and younger age. Why don’t they go and want a job and pay some dayum bills.

    • You say that as if short damaged hair is uncommon for black women in America. Many black people don’t know how to take care of black hair and many black mwomen do not have long hair(not that this little girl’s hair is long). And to her mother, I’m not trying to be rude but you don’t need a relaxer. You relax your hair b/c you wan to. Your daughter is beautiful btw.

    • first off, yes i am black.

      Secondly, There was NOTHING demeaning in what i ask in my first post, you obviously just read the 1st part of it.

      Why do people feel the need to attach negative connotation to a post that is simple and honest (it says alot about you!!!).

      You took what i had said and TWISTED it to ‘little black girls don’t have long hair’ WHERE in my 1st post did i say that????????? Im not ignorant, i know black people can have naturally long hair.

      For me in my mind, it was the same as if i’m sitting with my girlfriend or just someone who has her daughter (with beautiful hair) and asking them them a simple question.

      How many mother with daughter get asked these questions regarding their hair, ie how do you do that style, what product do you use, is that your daugters own hair, what braid did you use etc. It’s actually a compliment because if your daughter hair is unkept no one will ask about their hair.

      It amazes me how you are all up in arms about it, while the girl own mother simply answered by question and gave me advice on how she get that hair so well maintained (Thanks Tabitha!)

      • Thanks again everyone, for the love and support!

        @Camie- I did not take offense to the questions about whether my daughter’s hair is weaved or relaxed. It’s not as if I’ve never been asked before…I didn’t think you meant anything negative, by asking a simple question. People ask me these sort of questions all the time; because they are curious about the products or tools I use. By no means am I a hairstylist…I just do my best to take care of her hair, and I don’t ever want her to be the black girl in life or on a project, who’s hair is uncombed! We see that all too often, and that is offensive, when you see little black girls on commercials or in ads that way. Somebody on set has to know how to comb hair, or better yet, why didn’t her mother do it? Lol!

        We could probably all go back and forth for days about who’s right and wrong, but the truth is that we all have the right to our opinions, and ask questions when we want to know something! I think that everyone made valid points, but let’s just agree to disagree, and get back to being uplifting and supportive as a community! We waste too much time on nonsense, and not enough enjoying life and being positive!

        @Mercedes- I definitely emphasize the importance of education and GOD. Chloe is homeschooled year-round, and she is currently in first grade. As far as religion, I’ve taught both of my children that all people were created to be great, because life itself is a miracle, and GOD certainly didn’t waste his time and power to create us with no purpose. Like my dad always told me, “GOD don’t make no junk”…He put his divinity and infinite potential into each of us, and it’s meant to be used in full to add value to the universe and create abundance in the lives of all!

        I taught my children three rules to succeed, which is the exact same rules that I teach the clients I consult in business:

        1.Passion & Service- You have to love what you do and do what you love, and you have to add value to the world no matter how small the contribution.

        2. Ask, Believe, Receive

        3. Habbakuk 2:2 “And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it clear, that he may run that readeth it.”-God often reveals our purpose to us, and allows the opportunity to live the life we want and deserve. You have to be clear and precise about what EXACTLY you want from life, and the things you want to achieve. When you recognize the divinity of GOD in us and his presence in our lives, how can you not succeed?

      • The unrest to your question arose because of its implications. Being a black woman you can surely understand the pervasive good hair/bad hair mentality within the black community. Many people do query the “realness” of a black person’s hair, (when the hair is soft in texture and/or of length),particularly when that black person may not phenotypically appear to have mixed parentage. It hurts…individually and has a black community. The collective pain continues because currently there are so many images and attitudes that teaches our children the illusion of superiority of being light skinned or of mixed race.
        Emotions were evoked when you mentioned the possibility of the child’s hair being a weave. If the child appeared to be biracial, you probably would never have asked.
        Sometimes it is hard to emote in writing, but I just wanted to tell you that I do not believed that you meant to be offensive and that you were merely curious. With gentleness, I hope that you now can understand why your question did strike a cord. Truly. this is learning for all of us. Well wishes.

  6. It’s nice to see all the positive comments about my daughter! Thank you all for you well wishes!

    @Camie- This is in deed her real & natural hair…No RELAXERS or WEAVE…Her hair is naturally curly, and I use an organic haircare line (shampoo & conditioner) by Ojon. To straighten it I blow dry her hair with a comb attachment, and flat iron it occasionally (once or twice a month).

    @Leo- I only wish my hair was more like hers, and I didn’t need my relaxers, lol! I don’t believe in chemical processes on kid’s hair or extreme unnecessary heat…and I’ll probably be against it when she’s old enough to decide, because she already has such lovely healthy hair!

    • First of all, your daughter is adorable. I will be looking out for her over the years.

      God has a bright future for her. It’s interesting how he reveals us His plans for our life at different times. I was about 9 when He revealed to me what He wanted me to do. I was a young girl with big dreams of opening a youth and community center. I KNEW it was God because I was wanting to do things I had no clue about or how to make it happen. As I got older, I just continued to work with kids in my church, family and neighborhood; just encouraging them and helping them to reach their potential in any way that I could. When it was time to declare a major for college, I wanted to choose Social Work but my parents and other family members discouraged me against it and encouraged me to choose a field where I could make more money. I will always regret that. For about 7 years I work with different youth organization here and there, buy my career kept me from really getting involved liked I desired to.

      About a year ago, I finally decided to follow my dreams. In about 2 months I will be leaving my job & city and going back to school so that I can get the education that I need to do what I was purposed to do. I’m very excited, but I can’t help sometimes but to think about all that wasted time.

      I applaud you for helping you daughter follow her dreams. Sometimes it’s good to listen to the little ones because they just may be listening to what God has placed in their heart. He doesn’t have age requirements on when He starts talking to us and showing us things. He wants us to know what His plans for us are; otherwise, how can we fulfill them. And I think that if you watch your children closely and prayfully, you will see things in them that will reveal to you what they were purposed to do. And then we can help them develop those gifts and talents to be used for God’s glory. Anyway, I pray your daughter much success in her future and you as well.

    • Awesome! Good to hear that. :D I wish you and your daughter all the best.

      I wish some of the mothers I’ve seen out here would take that same approach with their little girls’ hair. Breaks my heart to see little 3-4 year olds with chemical burns and heat damaged hair. :(

  7. She is a very beautiful child.

    I can’t help wondering if that is her own hair? If it is then well done to her parents for maintaining it so well.

    I just hope it’s not a weave cos i think it damages kid’s hair.

    Still, she is a very pretty child. Her eyes and smile just shines through … cutie

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