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WATCH: Get Rich reveals hair routine

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

“I don’t use hair boosters or shampoo because it destroys the hair if you don’t have the genetical hormones”

Self-proclaimed best rapper in Namibia, Get Rich recently caught flak after he posted a picture of his hair on Facebook. The artist who barely shows his hair that is well hidden and protected under a durag says his hair as seen in the picture is naturally straight and easy to care for.

“ My hair looks like the Chinese people. It’s just nice and straight,” he said.

Asked what his daily hair routine is, the rapper said that he doesn’t use products which help keep his hair healthy.

“People say my hair looks like I’m a Chinese, but this is just my natural hair. I don’t use any funny hair vitamins or anything, just normal soap,” he said. 

His fans were apparently surprised by his hair do and even suggested that he may be wearing a wig, and because he’s skin complexion was fairly lighter than normal, another person asked if he was bleaching. 

Get rich is not one to shy away from online confrontations and he answered every query that came his way.

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