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Time To Let The Braids Go??

This is a discussion on Time To Let The Braids Go?? within the R. Kelly Polls forums, part of the R. Kelly Music Chat category; Originally Posted by mistermaxxx the hair don't matter but it is the Music. That's how I feel. I don't care ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistermaxxx View Post
    the hair don't matter but it is the Music.
    That's how I feel. I don't care how he wears it. But his braided look has been consistent and I don't think he will change it up much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistermaxxx View Post
    the hair don't matter but it is the Music. Braids ain't got no age limit. Stevie Wonder is almost 60 still rocking some braids and it don't change the fact how people feel about Stevie.

    Ronald Isley rocks a Perm or keeps it smoothed out.

    you can wear any hair due,but the music has to have the right feel. could careless.

    shit he could rock his Hair like Don King and as long as the Music is SOulful we will all be Yelling ONLY IN AMERICA!
    What you mean by the bolded part?

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    well i wolud say yes. i was really habbpy when i saw that he had now tatoos . but now he is 40 41 years what ever and he is doing some like that. mean that he is thinking that he is 25 or 30. no question he looking on his shape look all the aother artist on that age going little bit fat . but he had the braids for couple of years and its enough. but whatever he will done he is the best. he is trying to much be an rapper. go back to the roots

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    Naturally the men are saying it don't matter but to women, yes it does. R. Kelly is a sex symbol and hair goes along with the overall package. With that said, I'm used to the braids, I can take it or leave it but I surely understand why lots of women are saying get rid of it. He is 40 years old and it's time out for fads and cornrolls are a fad.

    As far as sTevie Wonder his braids were never a style. His hair and outfits are more of a cultural statement. (sorry don't know how to spell dysheekies) .

    Ron Isley looks an old hot ass mess. Believe me, besides his wife, nobody is digging Ron's hair. And poor Don King is in a class all by himself.

    While we're on hair.... Genuine and Omarion need to let the baby hair go slicked down to their face go.
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    Haha LuvinKellsintheD!!! Genuwine and Omarion should have NEVER slicked down their baby hair --- that went out with the Ready 4 The World Jheri Curl.

    As far as Rob is concerned. I think he looks great with the braids, but he looks like that any way he wears his hair. I do have a personal thing that men over 25 shouldn't wear cornrows because it is a younger style in most cases but do what you do . . . I'm personally in favor of a Caesar.

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    i'm still trying to figure out why people say having braids is for younger people. cause when i was a kid i only seen old men with their hair braided. but now its only a hairstyle for the young folks?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chelle View Post
    i'm still trying to figure out why people say having braids is for younger people. cause when i was a kid i only seen old men with their hair braided. but now its only a hairstyle for the young folks?????
    thank you. it is part of our African Culture and many Older Black Folks rocked Braids well into there 60's,70's if they still had a certain length of hair.

    folks think Media. up above it was mentioned that Stevie Wonder did for cultural Pride and yes there you have it. BINGO! it is part of our Black THing Period. our hir styles and creativity with Hair,fashion, imagery is something that WHite America can never take away from us Period. if you got the Hair, you wear it how you damn well please Period IMO.

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    I have been ready for him to cut his hair!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chelle View Post
    i'm still trying to figure out why people say having braids is for younger people. cause when i was a kid i only seen old men with their hair braided. but now its only a hairstyle for the young folks?????
    RIght that's how it used to be. But now the cornrolls and sagging pants go hand in hand. At least in most urban areas. Also, cornrolls is a commonly used hairstyle for men in prison. I wouldn't dare let my son get cornrolls cause it symbolizeds hood and/or thug.
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    I think with time you need to go for a new look. So voted that he cut the braids off and start with a fresh look.
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