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Justin Bieber sticks with dreadlocks despite criticism

We all know Justin Bieber doesn’t do too effectively with apologies.

The “Lonely” singer, 27, sparked controversy final week when he debuted his new dreadlocks — after beforehand carrying the historically black coiffure in 2016 and dealing with comparable accusations of cultural appropriation and white privilege.

And similar to final time, Bieber seems to be paying no heed to his critics: Over the weekend, he pulled his polarizing locks into excessive pigtails to movie his “Pleased Gilmore”-themed “Let It Go” music video with DJ Khaled and 21 Savage in Miami.

“Thanks for twisting me up @bri_unique25,” the pop star captioned one among many Instagram posts from the set, crediting the stylist behind his hair transformation.

After wrapping the shoot, Bieber returned to Los Angeles, the place he sported the identical search for a Monday dinner date with spouse Hailey Baldwin at superstar sizzling spot Craig’s.

Whereas some pals have praised Bieber’s new look — “That boy dread!!! 🙌🏾,,” Migos frontman Quavo commented on an Instagram submit, whereas Jaden Smith wrote, “swags loopy” — many have known as him out for his selection of haircut.

Despite criticism, Justin Bieber appears to be sticking with his dreadlocks and has not responded to the backlash.
Despite criticism, Justin Bieber seems to be sticking with his dreadlocks and has not responded to the backlash.
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“This isn’t it Justin,” one individual commented on his submit debuting the dreadlocks final Monday. “I do know you are able to do higher,” one other wrote, whereas a 3rd chimed in with, “It’s actually disappointing to see you with dreads, I assumed you educated your self.”

Upon being criticized for his platinum blond locks 5 years in the past, Bieber posted a weird video with the caption, “Being bizarre is enjoyable’ if u r not bizarre I don’t such as you.”

He has but to instantly reply to the backlash this time round, although he did share a press release about acknowledging insecurities on Instagram final week, writing partly, “Aren’t all of us damaged? We are able to cover behind superficial issues however the fact is we’re all hurting.”

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