Garcelle Beauvais From The Jamie Foxx Show Questions Her Faith After Not Knowing If Her Haitian Family Is Alive

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Watching the news, reading the papers, and just plain not knowing if your family is dead or alive back in Haiti has a lot of people worried. It has even questioned the faith of actress Garcelle Beauvais, also known as Fancy from the Jamie Foxx Show. Garcelle is a Haiti native, coming to the States with her parents at the young age of seven. She tells Larry King,

“You have to question faith, in a way, you do. I mean, you don’t understand, especially a place like Haiti. We’ve been hit so hard by lots – why would this happen? I don’t know. This is the country that deserves this the least – not that anybody deserves it. But we are resilient and we are proud. Even if we have nothing, we are very, very proud. It’s unfortunate. It’s devastating.”

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Garcelle encourages any and everybody to give what they can. On a Kre-Note, and reason I wrote this story separate from the rest is because you never want to question Faith. God is always there when you need him. It is unfortunate that this happened, just as it was unfortunate when Katrina struck my city and of course you ask why, but God has and knows the bigger picture. Keep praying Garcelle, trust and believe! Shot out to www.krediblealerts.com for the story …

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  1. No Garcelle, dont question, Just keep the faith and be strong. Thats all you can do and we as a nation of people, Haiti, America, the world. Hope for the best. Give God and let go. I hope she can get in touch with her loved ones there. Everybody please lend a helping hand. Anything will help, monetary, clothing, med. supplies, food, anything, its the thought that counts.

  2. MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY I HOPE AND PRAY THAT THEY ARE OK…I AM FEELING SO BAD FOR HAITI RIGHT NOW, LETS KEEP THESE PPL IN OUR PRAYER, CAUSE IT COULD OF BEEN US…GOD BLESS YOU ALL

  3. You have more devil worship believers in Haiti, New Orleans, Louisiania, Georgia and it’s time for it to stop. It will be some time before they can look in to roots and voo-doo, crystal balls, taking people’s hard earned money, trying to predict whats right or wrong with their lives, when GOD say’s look to JESUS for the answers. I’m sorry about the people who got injured , killed and the rest of the witch-crafty population. No one deserves to get hurt. When you start building build more churches. Send the black magic cult worshippers to a doctor then to a reverend or priest.

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