Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Tope Adenibuyan popularly known as Teddy A has "chopped off" his signature dreadlocks which most of his fans loved.
The singer had earlier put up a video of himself on Instagram , walking into a salon to request for a big chop.
"I need to get a haircut... new look, I'll show them on Instagram," he said.
He later posted a photo of his blonde bald head with the caption, "new look, who this. #Moneymovesonly."
His new look photos were shot by his girlfriend, Bambam who is also a product of BBNaija.
The reality Tv star has since then gotten mixed reactions from his fans and some perceived that Bambam influenced his decision to have a hair cut.
@aarinolaalabi wrote, "it's the dada we like o, well our own is not important, madams opinion is importanter."
@mma_somma wrote, "why are all these women changing our men with so much love? Nice."
@carynelizzy wrote, "we can see your handwork Bambam."
@zion , "we thank God for you Bambam, growth and positive changes are visible."
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Teddy A came into limelight after participating in BBNaija season 3, tagged Double Wahala.(
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