SMH: Zahara’s Hair Is A Self-Esteem Issue Waiting To Happen

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Babies, Caught Looking Busted, Dude-Where is My Stylist?

Brad Pitt and Zahara

Angelina’s oldest daughter Zahara is five years-old and has been Angie and Brad’s kid since she was 6 months.

So how come – with all the money they’ve made working, all the money they made off Shiloh and the Twins’ births, all their humanitarian efforts – Brangelina has yet to discover the awesome powers of an African-American hairdresser?

Zahara Jolie-Pitt

This was Zahara Jolie-Pitt coming from a birthday party at American Girl Cafe in The Grove in West Hollywood with her daddy yesterday. A year after Mama and Papa Jolie-Pitt proudly revealed they invested in Carol’s Daughter products for their Ethiopian daughter’s hair, it’s still looking unruly and effortlessly unkempt.

Don’t they have African hair braiding spots in Hollyweird? Have they ever walked down 125th Street in Harlem with the poor kid?

No wonder Zahara’s always mugging.



  • hmmm_BAPS

    can’t really see the hair, but she’s cute, leave her alone.

    • Oh NO!

      y would she have self esteem issues because she don’t have a perm. We worse then the Dominicans. The only ppl w/ LOW self esteem issues are Blacks from the America’s-learn how to love your natural hair.


    she is cute….check out myhairparadise dot com

  • if anything be noble

    Agree 100000000% They don’t understand Black hair. Through no fault of her own, Z’s hair might be washed but it is not well-maintained. I have never seen her look anything but orphanish.

  • BanginBodyBitch

    leave the baby alone, shes like what 7? what do expect her hair to look like, should it be fried, dyed and laid to the side? I mean I do my neice’s hair every once and a while but day the end of the day, the ponytail unravel and its dusty. In conclusion she’s a child so its expectable for her hair to wild.

  • Peter Pan

    how dare they! not teaching your child to hate its hair is plain wrong!

  • he gay

    stfu, she is just a child with natural hair, they know that chemicals are bad for humans, unlike most black people

  • I See Phonies from a Mile Away

    damn shes 5, my neice get s her hair done when she wakes up, by noon it looks a mess. Hair isn’t important to A CHILD .

  • Dottie

    And another thing, if anyone will have self-esteem issues it will be young black girls, 6 or 7 years old running around with weaves in their head already. Nothing tells a child something is wrong with their own hair than to have someone else’s hair sewn or glued into theirs.

    • rose by any other name #93040263394 ™


  • Trying

    Hair should not be that important. No need to spend hundreds of dallas dying, relaxing and pouring other harmful chemicals to your hair. If you do, good for you but there is NO need. the less you temper with your hair, the more hair you will have in your old age. It saddens me to see so many old mamas wearing wigs. why? because they do waaaayyy too much in their younger years. My mom has her natural grey beautiful afro that she always has in a bun. She was a good role model re hair and self love. Peace to all.

  • Louis Cyphre

    Her parents are accepting the fact that she is different and are not trying to make her look white… How is that a problem? The only people who criticize the way she looks are other Black people! That’s the source of the problem, not the little kid’s hair.

    • rose by any other name #93040263394 ™

      The only people who are NOT complaining are white women who dont know the first damn thing about maintaining black girls hair. Its not that GD hard.. GD! all you do is comb brush it and put a lil moisture on it.. what a bunch of GD idiots!

    • NickyLee

      All I have to say is Naomi Campbell….i’m sure uve all seen the pics of her hair….I’ll say nothing else

  • Nikki of Atlanta

    There is nothing wrong with natural hair. Black women spend too much time and money on trying to make our hair look like something its not.

    She is cute just the way she she is….like most beautiful black women and girls.

  • Sabrina The Teenage Bytch

    And another thing it makes no sense that white people allow black children to embrace their natural hair, but black people instill hatred in black children for their natural hair…smfh

    • rose by any other name #93040263394 ™

      yeah right.. white people let the child embrace natural hair.. BULL! the only reason its like that is because they dont know how to comb it… go learn from a black salon or a black woman.. common sense should tell a dumb azz .. black hair is different and letting it fly all over her head saying .. its going natural is some bullcrap…!! Sometimes the lil girls hair looks like it aint even combed .. now you know they comb their hair.. she want to talk abput natural .. in Africa they comb the hair and even dress it up with different things.. at least comb the girls hair!or let someone do it that knows black hair!

    • Deedee_404

      Rose, the Jolie household has people of varying cultures and races, including a black “household manager”. They allow the kids to ENJOY being kids. If you notice with the exception of Maddox who is a bit older than the others, they look like the should–children who are small and PLAY. To me she looks like she had fun at the party

  • Michelle

    She looks no different than I or my sisters did when my mom was away and my dad was left to take care of us. He didn’t do hair. I’ve seen her hair styled..this is not a huge deal.

  • if anything be noble

    …aint nobody said a thing about no perm, grease or chemicals. Let’s just do some shea butter and some love. A lot of love comes from the amount of time of having people in your hair as a Black girl. Doesn’t look like there’s that time spent on her.

  • I See Phonies from a Mile Away

    My hair is the longest and healthiest it has been in years all because I put the l crack the box down and stepped away from the spritz and gel. 3 years natural and its a good feeling.

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