Celebrities Who Have Shaved Their Signature Dreadlocks

Different celebrities have come up with their unique hairstyles that make them easily recognizable even from a distance. Putting on dreadlocks is the most common style for most celebrities as it tends to stand out. There are varieties of colors to choose from. dreadlocks have been associated with Jamaican Rastafarians, as well as a particular aspect of unruliness. But what happens when you get rid of them? Of course, you become more different. Below are some Kenyan celebrities who have shaved off their dreads and look completely different; Thee Pluto Content Creator Thee Pluto born Robert Ndegwa Kamau, last year shared a photo on his Instagram page rocking a new trim hairstyle, with blonde dye at the tips, while holding his chopped-off dreadlocks in his hand. This sudden move by the self-proclaimed chief street sanitizer left his fans in shock, all while still receiving great compliments. The Instagram model revealed that it was his choice to chop off his signature dreadlocks as it was just for a change. “It’s just shaving. Change is inevitable. We are just rebranding,” said the entrepreneur. A few weeks later, Thee Pluto reverted to his signature dreadlocks. According to him, he shaved off the dreads to clinch Ksh 1 Million he was promised by Hon. Wangui Ng’ang’a. Sean Andrew Former president Mwai Kibaki’s grandson Sean Andrew set social media ablaze when he shared a video on his social media pages having cut off his dreadlocks. As many women were gushing over the content creator’s hot new look, others were melancholy as they highly identified him by his locks. Sean, on the other hand, explained his reason for dropping the dreads was because he did not appreciate being associated with the notion many people have about dreadlocks. He further stated that he is much more than…

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