Male Celebs With Head-Turning Dreadlocks
Normally, it’s the women who rock head-turning hairstyles, but these celebrity men made us do a double take at their dreadlocks.
Fetty Wap may be one of the hottest artists on the radio right now, but when the “Trap Queen” rapper suddenly started sporting faux dreads a few months ago, a lot of people weren’t feeling it. Even still, Wap has continued to rock his new ‘do with the utmost confidence, regardless of the hate.
Wale’s perfectly groomed dreads are definitely in the tough running for “most swoon-worthy” locs. He also isn’t afraid to experiment with hairstyles that are just as intricate as his rhymes.
Wiz Khalifa always walked to the beat of his own drum, so not too many people were surprised when he dyed his dreadlocks a vibrant shade of purple late last year.
2 Chainz, also known as the ‘Hair Weave Killer,’ has been growing his hair far longer than he’s been famous.
The Weeknd and his free form dreads may not look like the average R&B singer, but the ladies swoon over him nonetheless.
Since Lil Wayne hopped on the rap scene with the Hot Boyz, his dreads and bling bling have been the rappers signature accessories.
When Future’s dreadlocks aren’t braided into cornrows, the “Commas” rapper lets his dyed locks down wild and loose.
It’s no secret that Young Thug looks up to Lil Wayne as his idol. Maybe that’s the reason the Atlanta rapper decided to lock up his hair in the first place.
Like his father Bob Marley, Damian sports dreadlocks. Junior Gong’s long hair sweeps past the back of his knees, and almost touches the floor.
Beenie Man has been known to have his long dreadlocks pinned up like a crown sitting on top of his head, just like his position on the Dancehall charts.
Like a true rebel, Chicago rapper Chief Keef insists on having his dreadlocks cover his face at all times.
Dreadlocks are a rarity in tennis, and Dustin Brown’s long dreads have brought him just as much attention as his back hand.
Before Jason Momoa lobbed off his locks and starred in “Game of Thrones,” the Hawaiian hunk hung ten with his surfer dreads.