- American singer Chris Brown was not staying silent after Kanye West debuted his new patchy hairstyle online
- The No Guidance crooner shared several memes on Instagram, with one of Stevie Wonder giving Kanye a cut
- The Loyal hitmaker claimed Kanye wanted to have the "what the f***" hairstyle and called it a punishment
Kanye West's latest haircut seems to have stunned many fans but also fellow artists in the business.
Now, singer Chris Brown has aimed a dig at the Jesus Is King rapper, showing his dissatisfaction with the new "patchwork" haircut.
Going on his Instagram post, Chris shared hilarious memes as he trolled Kanye's hairstyle choice.
He shared a meme of Stevie Wonder giving Kanye a haircut, saying the rapper just wanted a lineup. He also shared another meme of a baseball cap with holes, saying it would perfectly fit the rapper.
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If that's not enough, Chris also shared photos of the rapper in public with his new cut, captioning that Kanye asked his barber for the "fu***d up worldwide fade."
He added that Kanye wanted to make the "what the f***" hairstyle, adding:
"He got the punishment haircut."
The Loyal hitmaker also posted wood emojis saying that Kanye wanted to get the wood chipper bowl fade, seemingly having a lot of fun with Kanye's style.
Not happy with snub
Many believe Chris must have been paying back for Kanye's weird action of removing him from his recent Donda album.
In August, the singer went on social media to throw insults at Kanye for the move, showing how disappointed he was.
Kanye reportedly apologised to Chris for the act, but it seems the Take You Down singer has decided to do exactly as the song's title.
Kanye's weird hairstyle causes a stir
Earlier, legit.ng reported that the Heartless rapper took to his Instagram page to debut his strange new hairstyle that was made up of patches.
The haircut included Kanye having several bald patches in different places on his head.
The rapper accompanied the photo with a simple caption of the Chinese yuan sign: “¥”.
Source: Legit.ng News