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Elisha Sep 20
🤦🏽‍♀️I get it but I also did a little digging & saw that EVERY CHILD featured in that campaign “Kids will be Kids”, hair was “A MESS”🤧!We have to start reading before we jump to conclusions&stop believing the first thing we see posted about a situation on the internet!
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Mary Sep 20
This little black girl now has to see her face everywhere and see that all of these grown ups are talking about her hair. Combed hair or not , edges laid or not, moisturized hair or not she's beautiful!!
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Mikita Burton Sep 20
. hasn’t hired a diversity person yet?!My issue is not the natural hair, it’s how she is styled compared to the other children in the ad. It should be a beautiful natural Afro instead of a broken, forced, pony & if you had a black woman on staff, you’d know this.
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DebrahAngella 24h
A kid can be a kid as long as their hair is combed? The internet will never be happy. She looks beautiful! Stop putting your mentality on others.
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uɐnbɐɥs Sep 19
Guys...all the girls’ hairs are not “perfectly” done. Yall will take something from Twitter and run with it, instead of researching. 🤦🏽‍♂️
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Allocated Industries 5h
says a lot about terrorism
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Dre 4h
Yo, I see has a new “just woke up” collection for kids now. 👌🏽
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HIT MUZIK™️ Sep 19
Thanking god for allowing me to see another day ™️
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Imugine 🇳🇦 Sep 20
Honestly the problem is NOT THE GIRLS HAIR! The problem is with people, pointing out the fact that her hair is NOT beautiful the way it grows out of her scalp and that it needs extra product to be beautiful, or be acceptable. you’re the problem
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Ali Ahmed Kurd-official Sep 18
sure ,i m waiting dear sister. clearfied already,,,a guilty person will have the punishement of his deeds
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SOUR PATCH KID 22h
Why y’all always want to be mad at or about something? Some y’all kids hair look like that on the regular. I see at least 5 pictures posted on Facebook alone every day with yah kids hair looking just like that lil girls in the ad. So what are y’all mad about exactly?
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shingen.s99 Sep 20
Aller next topic.
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Justice Vanzant Sep 20
That hair is that girl’s truth. Had they tacked a phony pony on them roots that would have been time to be in an uproar. But that’s her reality and few other girls around the world.
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carlosaintjames Sep 19
My finger has a green ring around it and I have no one to blame but myself for buying jewelry. 😒
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whatstheteasis 5h
Oh no!!! A little black girl has 4c hair and she's showing it...national emergency😑
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Asher Albert 6h
Beautiful evening beautiful sunset lovely city lovely mood
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AmaJane 7h
I hope this palava has taught everybody the importance of context and checking facts before forming opinion
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Rebecca Johnson 21m
My heart breaks thinking of how this innocent girl might feel reading or hearing about the online ridicule over her natural hair. Makes me think of how Gabby Douglas was treated in 2012. Lord please cover this child's heart. Let her know she's beautiful despite critics.🙏🏾
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Heather B 4h
Check out H&M Black & White Dress via
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Teremy Jackson 36m
I actually like the concept behind the H&M ad with the little girl with the short natural 4C hair..I think ppl just missed the whole point. If people were really about this natural hair movement they wouldn’t see this child’s natural hair state as “nappy” and problematic.
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