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Man shows off the strangest, baddest haircut ever seen in Kenya

Man shows off the strangest, baddest haircut ever seen in Kenya

- NAIJ.com came across pictures of an unidentified Kenyan man who took over the internet after his crazy and outlandish hairstyle were shared online

- He was at the ongoing Ameru festival dressed colourfully and sported one of the strangest hairstyles you ever saw

A Kenyan man from Meru has taken the art of hairstyling to another level by sporting Kenya's most outrageous hairstyle.

Meru man shows off the strangest, baddest haircut ever seen in Kenya

The man showed off his strange haircut

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The strange hairstyle looks like a black baseball cap sitting on his head. It is not. It is the work of a hair God tweaking, cutting and shaping a head of hair into a cap.

Meru man shows off the strangest, baddest haircut ever seen in Kenya

The man seemed to enjoy the attention of the crowd at the festival

It is overwhelmingly breathtaking and takes a lot of guts to pull off.

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Meru man shows off the strangest, baddest haircut ever seen in Kenya

The man pulled off the tricky look in a white and pink jacket worn over a black promotional tee-shirt.

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See some of the reactions on social media:

Do you think Miraa (weed) has inspired the man to get this overwhelmingly cute hair style? You are not alone:

Meanwhile, see how acrobats pulled off a colourful display on the streets of Abuja:

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