Fantasia looked at her reflection in the mirror and said “I am the hope and the dream of the baby mama” before stepping out to attend the Sports Illustrated & Jaguar Super Saturday event over the weekend.
It would probably be in Aunt Bunny’s best interest to keep her niece away from all T-Mobile stores and their respective managers.
Recently, the ‘After Midnight’ broadway star revealed that she is using the many life lessons she has learned through since winning ‘American Idol’ — including financial woes, an attempted suicide, abortion, and highly publicized affair — to mentor youth on making better decisions.
“We did something in Radio Shack, and I was speaking to a lot of the young people that [came] through the line. I always end up preaching to them,” Fantasia shared during a visit at The Today Show last month. “I know my story and I know how easily you can go down the wrong path of trying to fit or just trying to do things that you know you’re not supposed to do. I always share my story just to say, ‘You know, we fall down, but we get back up.”