Fathia Balogun rocked the red carpet at the City People Entertainment Awards 2016 and her look caused an uproar.
Many opine she bore a mien with Rich Kid’s of Beverly Hills star and Magic Johnson’s son, EJ Johnson. Some outrightly slammed the actress as looking transexual.
Do you Agree or Disagree on the descriptive countenance though?
Is there a striking semblance between these two?
Hollywood’s EJ Johnson and Nollywood’s Fathia Balogun
One observer yuki.anita10 noted, “When I saw the pic from far I was like, has EJ gon light skin. .. also looking like a trans… Hell No.”
Another critic stated, brownskinnedafro – “No offense but she looks like those American Trans make up artists at first glance.”
Just as lady__kirah observed, “Actually thought it was a man.. Trans or something ???.”
badrumonsurah said, “I don’t like this look at all.” and mz_dmy quipped, “Do you have cancer? ?? sorry.”
Other critics observed: nneathie shared, “This one no join abeg!”; titi_dris2001 commented, “This haircut though….#doesn’t fit her jare”; adetunsewa added, “?????? lmao. Wig would have helped ????”; and atm002 annoted, “scary.. arhhggg”
Fathia Balogun’s new bald head look – in Nigerian pidgin is called gorimakpa – is beautiful to us and we share this view with several others who commend her for being bold enough to pull it off.
Really, how many women can?
A fan, ayinkeadeh said, “This is just amazing. People are saying different things about her hair; she should have worn a wig or blablabla….this is what I call, daring, bold and beautiful.
She killed it. She looked amazeballs…tell Mercy Aigbe to shave her head lets see how she ll look or any of you guys talking. You look amazing maami and I give it to you???????????.”
Just as henries23 encouraged Fathia with – “This is a style most women would think twice about but here you are, killing every bit of it. If am to score you, I will give you a 10/10. Risky but killing it?.”
And glomayen01 dared other girls and critics slamming the actress – “How many girls get this kind liver to do gorimakpa.”
Truly, not so many. Girls and their love of weaves. Very few females have the guts to take this risk and for that Fathia Balogun has earned our love.
Peep her look below.