Chris Brown has some opinions on Kanye West's new shaved head.
On Monday, the musician now known only as "Ye" presented a strange new hairdo that included shaved areas of hair. As word spread on social media about his new look, it became a trending subject.
Chris Brown decided to join the roast, sharing a series of memes mocking Ye, including one in which Stevie Wonder gives Ye a haircut.
Brown captioned it, "Ni**a just wants a lineup."
He also posted a photo of a hole-filled Off-White baseball cap. The "duck edition" was created by Virgil [Abloh] for the Ye cut, Chris wrote.
Chris couldn't stop laughing at Ye's expense. He commented alongside paparazzi photos of Ye with his new 'do, "He asked the barber for the fu**ed up worldwide fade." "Ni**a wants to do 'what the f**k' right. He got a haircut as a punishment."
"Bro give me the wood chipper bowl fade," he captioned the photo with the wood emoji.
On Monday, Kanye West donned yet another bizarre facial mask while flying into New York City.
The 44-year-old artist, who has officially changed his name to Ye, was photographed at JFK Airport wearing a prosthetic mask that resembled a Caucasian face with eye makeup.
All eyes were on Ye as he walked into a cab, despite the fact that he was hiding his widely identifiable face.
Kanye wore a black baseball cap and slick grey headphones to go with the frightening plastic mask that covered his entire head.
He teamed the creepy accessory with a black cap, leather Balenciaga jacket, faded jeans and knee-high boots - the same outfit he was seen wearing in Venice a day earlier.
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