They’re Broke: Man blasted for shaming black women with natural hair



We all have this black hair story memory: Remember being told to sit on the floor between our mother’s legs with a numb backside having our hair done? What about the impatient tugging because my natural hair is tough, and the threat to cut all my hair off if I didn’t look after it properly.

But one man on Twitter attracted the wrath of women by saying that girls rocking natural hair are broke.


Women have clapped back at the man with these comments:
If you only knew how expensive caring for natural hair was. But I suspect you don’t care about the facts, your point was to ridicule black women. So…go off.

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You must be broke also since you have the same natural hair as black women

Do your research, it is very expensive and time consuming to grow and maintain natural hair. Also being black and conscious is a natural progression in this era

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Do you know how expensive natural hair products are

Please look up the cost of natural hair products and tools that are necessary to keep my hair healthy and well maintenance bum


These men really think they slick.

I have to laugh.

Black products cost more than your house


Natural hair is expensive. What you’re saying doesnt make sense. Unless you’re the one who associates afros with poverty.

And weaves are cheap right? what a joke

How about talk about something you actually know something about? Dunce


My guy your hairline look like it’s been filled in with a sharpie… chill on us

If you’re interested in going natural, and are hung-up on the price of things… don’t let a few nasty comments and blog posts change a decision that could be a wonderful, and self-expressive journey.


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Serena William’s husband wants tutorials on doing black girls natural hair


The 36-year-old Reddit co-founder took to Twitter on Thursday, May 16, to reveal he had joined ‘four private natural hair Facebook groups’.

Alexis, who has been married to Serena Williams since 2017, said he joined the groups to get better at doing his one-year-old daughter Olympia’s hair.

He added: ‘I hope they don’t auto-reject my application when they see my profile photo. I told them it was to keep getting better at doing my daughter’s hair’.

Alexis’s tweet captured hearts on Twitter, as it has received over 21,000 likes, almost 3,000 retweets and hundreds of comments.

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Many users have praised his good parenting skills, while others have given him suggestions for other places to get hair tutorials and information.

His tweet read: ‘Just applied to join four private Natural Hair Facebook groups. I hope they don’t auto-reject my application when they see my profile photo.

‘I told them it was to keep getting better at doing my daughter’s hair,’ he added.

The 36-year-old’s effort to be a good hairdresser to his 20-month-old daughter captured thousands of hearts on Twitter.