There is a lot of mix reactions on social media platforms as flavour, the Nigerian musician and songwriter finally changes his hairstyle after 10 years with long dreadlocks.
Chinedu Izuchukwu Okoli popularly known as favour who is a popular Nigerian artist, songwriter and producer. He's also a multi-instrumentalist which means he play different kind of music instruments. Flavour better known as flavour N'abiana was born and brought up by his parents in Enugu state but he is an indigene of Umunze in Anambra state.
He started his musical career as a drummer for a local church when he was still young. Flavour became popular and known across Africa and the world after he released his single hit title "Nwa Baby".
Flavour is known for his good looks, lovely body shape and special vocals with his talented sing writing skills ranging from secular to gospel music.
Flavour has been with his long dreadlocks hairstyle for over 10 years since he started his music career. he continue to leave his long dreadlocks and many people wonder how he managed to maintain the hairstyle since then.
Finally, Flavour decided to change his long dreadlocks to new hairstyle as he cut the dreadlocks. Many fans and followers were so happy to see his new look and the new hairstyle.
Flavour took to his official Instagram status to share his new hairstyle and he sparked a lot of mix reactions from fans on social media.
See photos of him rocking his new hairstyle below.
This post generated a lot of attention from fans.check out some screenshots of fans reaction below,
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