Ivy Namu, the famous dreadlocks of media star Willis Raburu's fiance, has shaved them off.
For a new adventure in 2023, the mother of two announced that she was cutting off her dreadlocks of five and a half years.
Before heading to the barbershop for the shave, Ivy posted a video of herself in her locks on her Instagram page.
She claimed that even if she didn't succeed, she had hoped to cut her hair in 2022.
"I am about to do something crazy that I have been thinking about for the last three months now. Last year then I stopped and I want to chop off my locks. I feel like I can't go with it in 2023," she said. "My locs have taken me through so much, a time when I felt like finding myself was a matter of survival. I’ve grown so much since then and I have been blessed enough to watch my prayers manifest into reality; I’m at ease and ready for a new era in my life."
Ivy Namu has joined a group of famous people who have lately trimmed their hair.
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