Celebrities all across the world, as we have seen recently, are known for being spontaneous in their approach to their lives. They are full of surprises and are always ready to wow their fans with their performances. Dele Alli, a well-known English footballer, surprised his over 7million followers earlier this year when he decided to go with dreadlocks instead of his previous short hairstyle.
He is widely regarded as one of the top midfielders in the English Premier League, where he represents Tottenham Hotspur as a central midfielder.
Mr. Afro Low-Cut is well-known for his simple hairdo, which was Afro low-cut, and that understated hairstyle looked fantastic on him. But, for the time being, he has decided to go with dreads, which also look excellent on him, as well.
On the following pages are some of his photographs with dreadlocks;
What are your thoughts on your new appearance?
Is it better to have this new hair or the old one?
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