Otisi (Late 20s), This my hairstyle is called dreadlocks and have kept this hair for 8months now, no razor, no clipper has gone into it. I like the style, it's cool, it's nice but in this part of the world we came from, people look at it like it's kinda rascality, that when you keep a dread that means you are a stupid boy, you smoke weed, you don't have sense, you are dirty or you don't have a prospect or something.
When you go to the developed world, the civilised world, people keep dread even the ones that are longer than mine and nobody disturbs them. when you go to town at times with your dread, you will see the army or police harassing and disturbing which is not suppose to be so.
The reason why I keep the hair, I just like it. I'm a musician, I do Jamaican songs; I have passion for it. I wanna go to Jamaica one day and I would like to go with my dread so that I can easily fit it... Dread is so cool, as long as you can keep it neat, don't do the dirty type, just coordinate it , use a nice cream, get a good barber that can take care of the hair for you and you are good to go (ChroniclesofDreadlocks, 2017). #chroniclesofdreadlocks #dreads #dreadlocks #hairstyle #hair
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