Popular Nigerian musician and songwriter Izuchukwu Chinedu Okoli also known as 'Flavour' in the Nigerian entertainment industry; just recently changed his looks after keeping dread-locks for over a decade.
Flavour who is known for his chiseled body physique, fashion sense, & his smooth vocals coupled with his song writing skills, has been with his iconic dreadlocks for more than a decade. It seems that he decided to get rid of them, leaving him looking totaly different.
Flavour has always had the iconic dreadlocks from the start of his musical career which made people easily identify him with the Hairdo. The hairstyle became a brand because that’s how people knew him to be.
However, the singer has amazed his fans after he posted recent photos of new look on his social media handle. Revealing that He cut down his dreadlocks and is now maintaining a new look.
Do you prefer his new look?
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