The music sensation has been moving via online media in the wake of uncovering his new hair style.
In a photograph with over 1.8 million likes on Instagram, the rapper showed his new hair style that resembles an incomplete item. Regardless, it seems as though somebody arbitrarily fixed the hair into his scalp.
While a portion of his fans appear to like the hair style, Twitter people considered it to be a chance to make fun of individuals.
They even went similarly as photoshopping the picture. Somebody photoshopped American artist and lyricist Stevie Wonder as the stylist.
One more Twitter client, @RealMrumaDrive, notable on Twitter for his photoshop abilities, took it to the powerful when he photoshopped President Cyril Ramaphosa into Ye's hair style.
What isn't surprising with regards to Ye's hair style is that he used to do comparable hair styles previously. The main distinction is that the past ones appear to have a preferred shape over the one he presently wears.
Vocalist and artist Chris Brown additionally went after Ye for his hair style. The Undecided hitmaker posted an image of Ye's hair style on his Instagram story and stated: "He asked the hairdresser for the f&*$#d up overall blur. Ni**a want to make 'what the f&*k' in style. He got the discipline hair style."
The following are more responses to Ye's hair style.
Source: IOL news
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