Fantasia’s got a stalker and her stalker is reportedly racist.
According to TMZ, the singer, starring in “The Color Purple,” playing at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood, is the victim of a threatening letter.
The celebrity police themed website says Fannie is under a self-imposed lockdown because of the letter:
It all started last night at the Pantages Theater in L.A. – Fantasia was reading her fan mail after a performance of “The Color Purple.”
Fantasia’s manager tells us Barrino became alarmed over a disturbing letter loaded with racial slurs – including the n-word – and a line that read, “go back where you came from and die.”
We’re told the person who wrote the letter claims he used to work as a security guard for Fox while Fantasia was on “A.I.”
Fantasia’s manager tells us the singer immediately contacted theater security – which then contacted the LAPD.
In the meantime, we’re told the theater has “beefed up” security around Fantasia – and all over the venue – and will be screening anything sent to Barrino’s dressing room before it gets to her.
Fantasia tells TMZ, “I will not be defeated by one isolated person’s hatred.”
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