Mzansi female rapper, Nadia Nakai, shared a snap of her natural hair and social media users were divided in their comments.
Mzansi rapper, Nadia Nakai, is known for her various long-length, colourful and bold hairstyles. Briefly.co.za has often featured articles on her crazy hairstyles.
The rapper is never afraid to rock those crazy hairstyles and has more than 100 wigs in her collection in almost every colour.
Nadia is always concerned about her swag and believes that it is her looks and hairstyles that speak volumes about her image.
But earlier today, Nadia Nakai took to Instagram to share a snap that really surprised her followers. She showed off her natural hair and captioned the Instagram post with just one word, "Rebel".
Nadia's Instagram post, which received mixed reactions, gathered a lot of attention with 24.3k likes and 257 comments.
While some of her followers thought her natural hair looked dope and liked her new image, others said Bragga looked better with a wig.
Take a look at some of the comments below:
bontle.modiselle: "Mama this look!!! A LOOK!!! You look amazing! "
chapter_sa: "Your hair sorry you should stop, your music good, not the hair."
leonesauls: "Can you imagine if the make up gone too lol."
rufarorachael: "This look is a no no."
kaybee_2404: "U look... Different."
therealbuli_: "So beautiful."
hlobisilethango: "You're the ghel! Yesss ghel! ❤️"
But later the same day, Nadia shared another snap, this time with one of her signature weaves. Take a look below:
Meanwhile, four days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Nadia Nakai was chosen as the next big female star to grace the cover of this month’s Man magazine. She looks divinely stunning.
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, the Man magazine, which focuses on everything, including men, has only featured two other powerful women previously, Beyonce and Bonang Matheba.
The Imma Boss singer has become the third woman to have this privilege. Her cover pic looked stunning as ever, with high heels and a black bodysuit, which compliments her perfect body.
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