Sultry singer, Joy Odiete, popularly known by her stage name ‘Jodie’, has joined the league of female entertainers who are going hairless. For others, going bald was either for health related issues, a movie role or very personal reasons; but for the Kuchi Kuchi crooner, her decision to go bald was because she finds it very easy to manage, also because it involves less time and gives her a feeling she is very much in love with.
In an exclusive chat, the mother of one debunked Showtime’s suspicion that she may have shaved her hair for health related issues, just like curvy actress, Halima Abubakar, did. “Do I look like I had this lovely hair cut for health reasons? There’s no mysterious reason embedded somewhere. Yes, a woman’s hair is said to be her pride, but sometimes we take decisions not out of influence; I honestly felt like it, so I did and I’m glad I did”, she said.
Showtime sought to know if she was tired of the cost and stress that comes with having to go to the salon to make her hair all the time and she had an interesting response. “It’s very easy to manage and it involves less time to manage; it has its own peculiar beauty too. Combining it with no makeup and certain adornments give me a regal feel and I love it; my heavenly father na royalty, so I be King pikin, so no biggie”, she said with pride.
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