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Justin Bieber debuts shaved head after dreadlocks controversy

Justin Bieber debuts shaved head after dreadlocks controversy
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Justin Bieber has debuted a shaved head following his recent dreadlocks controversy.

The 27-year-old musician shared a selfie on Instagram, showing off his new 'do while dining in a restaurant with wife Hailey Bieber.

"Happy Sunday," Justin captioned the photo, prompting his fans to share their relief at his shaved head in the comments.

"Oh, finally," one write, while another added: "BUZZTIN IS BACK."

The Sorry hitmaker caused a furore on social media when he debuted his dreadlocks back in April, as he was accused of cultural appropriation for wearing his hair in the Rastafarian style.

Justin was condemned in 2016 for wearing dreadlocks, and fans took to Twitter to share their disappointment at the Peaches singer for reprising the style.

"Maybe if Justin Bieber went back to being pre-2017 hot again we could let his cultural appropriation slide just ONE more time... but he ain’t hot any more... so unfortunately he has to understand that his appropriation will no longer be tolerated @justinbieber," one user wrote.

"Now Justin Bieber has dreads - isn’t that cultural appropriation?" another added.

Singer Ryan Cassata also took aim at the Canadian popstar, and blasted him for not learning his lesson with dreadlocks back in 2016.

"I still cringe at my pre-sobriety choices. Especially having locks in my hair as it’s cultural appropriation & offensive. I was 20 when I cut them off forever (2014). I don’t understand how Bieber had them once (2016), got called out & now has them again...we are the same age," he wrote.


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