- Popular comedian, Basketmouth, has recounted how he spent a whopping N58,000 to have a haircut in the US
- The funnyman shared the story on his Instagram page about how he just had to hand out the money to the barber that opened on a Sunday due to his friend's influence
- Basketmouth debuted the new cool trim and vowed not to visit a barber in the next 6 months, his fans and colleagues have reacted to the video
Popular Nigerian comedian, Basketmouth, has explained how he spent a huge 100 dollars note (N58,000) to have a haircut in the US.
Basketmouth shared the video of his new cool trim on his verified Instagram page and lamented bitterly for spending such a huge amount.
At the end of the video, he vowed not to have a haircut in the next six months because of the huge amount spent on this particular one, according to him:
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"I'm just leaving the barbershop right now, the guy doesn't open on Sundays but he did, thanks to my guy that hooked him up, after I was done, I asked how much he said just 100, I couldn't say that it is too high because people were there, so I gave him a hundred dollars, 58 thousand naira! I love the hair but this hair no go fit grow o for at least 6 months. If this hair grows I will burn my head."
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Watch the video below:
Nigerians have joined the funnyman in lamenting about the expensive haircut, some of them said he should go back and collect his change because the trim is not perfect enough.
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions below:
"58k that neega must cut my hair 58 times."
"I want to b barber."
"Lol.. baba check the front well Dem no shape am well ,check am well. That 100 USD suppose pain you pass this one oO."
"Bros go collect change oo, him no even use powder lace am well."
Basketmouth signs deal with US record label Empire
Legit.ng earlier reported that Basketmouth clinched a record deal with an international company called Empire.
He shared the good news on social media by posting photos and videos of himself and men who appeared to be his business partners in the signing of the deal.
He has received loads of congratulatory messages from Nigerians.