Flavour has just shared a picture of himself spoting a new hairstyle. Having carried his signature dread for 10 years, he has finally opted for a crew cut.
Fans have reacted positively to the pictures and seem to be loving this look a lot better. And truthfully Flavour looks more handsome in his new look.
However for an artiste his calibre who knows Paparazzi will be following him about during public appearances, he should have been more careful with his grooming. Critical eyes must observe to bring out something to analyze. And so it was with the picture Flavour allowed to be taken of him.
One of his sneaker lace was sticking out in all the so many pictures that has flooded the internet and it looked like a bull in a China shop. It mared the nearly flawless serene calm he was projecting. If you take a close look on the picture below, you will observe the lace hanging out awkwardly.
I feel Nigerian artistes should hire wardrobe managers and image branders that will make sure that the artiste image (that he has created overtime) is not mared. It surely doesn't look cool for your shoe lace to be hanging out of your sneakers in a rebranding process.
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