Nkosinathi Maphalala who professionally goes by the name Nay Maps, is one of Mzansi's celebrities who are very particular when it comes to hair care.
The South African actor and Musician is very much versatile when it comes to his hairstyles, and it appears he's now into blonde hair. Nay recently shared a picture of himself on social media where he dyed his hair blonde.
His fans are so used to his dark hair, so the change might come with some criticism from others especially since his beard is in a dark color. Nonetheless his fans seem happy with the color and they still love him.
Besides Nay Maps's fine looking hairstyles, he also has a thing for stylish clothes. He owns his own clothing line called "Nay Maps Clothing", which he usually market on social media. When Nay Maps dresses up and looks good, he turns heads. Mzansi started noticing his great hairstyles when he appeared on SABC soapie Uzalo. Although he's very much scarce on our screens lately, but he continues to stay relevant on social media and his Clothing brand is a success.
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