Lady's hairstyle leaves people alleging her a drug trafficker
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People braid their hair to grow and protect their actual hair. In unusual circumstances, others may use it as a pocket for drugs! There's very little reason why someone would braid thick looking braids, explaining why people could assume the worst!
The lady below has very weird looking braids that sent shockwaves on Twitter! It was not long before the hairstyle was associated with Nolubabalo Babsie Banda's drug trafficking scenes when she was smuggling drugs overseas! Similar to the lady on the tweet, the braids used as a shield for drugs were thick and perfect for the job!
I personally doubt that the lady got the style she expected because the braids look like fattened worms! I doubt that anyone in their right minds would actually intentionally braid such. Not only does it look like a pocket for drugs but it also looks so painful from the screen!
Traveling to Dubai?🧐🧐🧐🧐 @ThibosAfrika
What is in the centre ? 🚩🚩🚩 https://t.co/eZlX9efvyo
I know from her face this is not the picture she showed the hairstylist. @DMJAYJAY
Is she going to Thailand? @KaraboRiley
Drug transport 🤷🏾♀️ @RadithCo
Scenes from Nolubabalo's drugtrafficking trip https://t.co/tWyzG2Nwyp
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