- Nigerian rapper Falz recently shared a cute video on his official Instagram page
- The video showed the moment Falz visited his barber for a change in his look
- Falz said he decided to change his look after he thought of what a bald version of him would look like
Rapper Falz has taken to his social media page to share a short story about his new look.
Although the rapper is known for wearing different looks and colours, no one was, however, prepared to see him go bald anytime soon.
The Bop Daddy crooner revealed that he went bald after he thought of how he would look if he shaved all his hair off.
Daring himself, he decided to visit his barber and he cut all his hair. In the video he shared online, Falz was pleasantly surprised to see his new look as he stared at the mirror placed before him.
Watch the cute video below:
Falz's post recorded over 4000 comments as his fans and colleagues commented on his new look. While some said it suits him, others laughed at him.
Read some comments below:
"You are lucky you have beards."
"I like it."
"I'm just waiting for someone to slap it."
"What have you done?"
"Feel the breeze bro, e sweet die."
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In one of the videos that were shared online, the US singer could be heard attempting to speak in pidgin English.
In another video, D Smoke who appears to have been bestowed with a Yoruba name, Kunle, is seen dressed in an agbada.
D Smoke is an American rapper and songwriter from Inglewood, California. He gained attention after winning the first season of the Netflix music competition show Rhythm & Flow in 2019.
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Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.
Source: Legit.ng News