"Trial And Error," Mbosso Tried To Get Omah Lay's Hairstyle But Got Something Else
Being a celebrity is not easy, but once you're one, you will everything to remain on top. This means even changing of your looks, physical appearance among other things.
This is why we always see celebrities competing for their dressing code just to remain on top and relevant. This is because they want to remain there on top despite what might happen, they have to maintain it.
So Tanzanian singer and songwriter Mbosso lately has been seem to have joined the hairstyles competition. After dreading his hair, now he has been seen with a new hairstyle.
The hairstyle was to correspond to that of Nigerian singer Omah Lay but I think the braider was not professional. Lol. Mbosso got something else, different from that of Omah Lay's. I think this is not his calling.
This caught people's attention and they did not shy away from talking about it. Here are some of the comments on Mbosso's new hairstyle.
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