Hint: This kid’s mom is a ‘Loving’ singer. Guess that celebrity kid!
It’s Heaven Stone, the daughter of singer Lil’ Mo a.k.a Cynthia Loving. Heaven celebrated her 10th birthday this past August.
I missed this earlier but in addition to the weave the lil girl also have on lashes…..too much, no need to get excited about HS prom when all the fun of getting dolled up will be old news.
like ok don’t know why bck keeps putting her kids on net she’s no one now one hit wonder in 90s
She is not a one hit wonder. She has a very beautiful voice and came out with some very good music. Also she crossed over into gospel so maybe that’s why you haven’t heard much from her lately? And there are so many artists out there now that are major superstars that the only reason they are that way is because they fit “the brand” in some way or fashion not because of pure talent. Anyway, her daughter is very cute. I remember when she had her baby pic spray painted on her jacket in her music video.
I agree. Plus once a star always a star.
Beautiful girl but what a shame the child have no edges due to all that artificial hair that’s put on her head.
I had no idea I was all off!
Lil Mo should’ve been on Faith Evans Diva’s. She had is crackin in the 90′s. Such a lovely voice
I believe they got of Nicci Gilbert on the television series. I hope they replace her with either Lil Mo or Deborah Cox!!!!
Wow Heaven is so big now. I remember her baby pic with the baby hair sides….Wow time flies.
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