Fantasia Finally Learns Important Love Lesson [VIDEO]

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  • Singer and former American Idol Fantasia was a guest co-host on “The View” yesterday and she shared that she learned a very important love lesson after dealing with her last relationship Antwuan Cook.

    If you remember, Fantasia’s public image faced serious scrutiny when it was learned she was in a relationship with a married Antwuan Cook. The two seemed to have weathered the storm of bad press and even had a child together. Cook eventually went back to his wife, leaving Fantasia suicidal and heartbroken.

    However, it seems she has grown from the experience and has become a better person. During her stop at “The View,” Sherri Shepard brought up the BET series “Being Mary Jane” where the titular character sleeps with a married man. Shepard asked how the ladies felt about the show and Fantasia responded, “I think that if you’re going to go into a new situation, there’s no need to take the old baggage with you regardless of what they had going on. But if that is the situation, run, run, fast as you can, can’t catch me I’m the Gingerbread Man!”

    It seems the fallout from the Antwuan Cook affair has Fantasia over all of the extra drama that comes with dealing with a man already tied to another woman.

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    1. I think fantasias learned her lesson, if you know for a fact thst a man is married, he should be off limits cause you know, if you didnt know then thats another story.men are exremly dumb and they often think with the wrong head.and there only a lot of them intrestead in sex nothing else. When looking for someone look for someone whoms in to you and one whom really loved women and is intrestead in showing you the woman a good time.and if sex is meant to happen it will and it will br great and not with a married jerk.

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