Twisting My Hair Is Not Wrong – Gospel Musician, Richard Mireku Tells Critics

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Ghanaian gospel musician, Richard Mireku who has currently based in South Africa has replied to people who believe that her current hairstyle is one that is not ideal for a gospel musician.

Richard Mireku in the last few months has been wearing a rasta hairstyle and it appears that a lot of gospel music lovers.

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In a recent chat with award-winning blogger/vlogger, Zionfelix, the talented musician finally explained that it was not his intention to twist his hair initially.

According to him, the whole hair twisting started after the covid lockdown which kept him indoors for a very long time.

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He explained that after the lockdown period, his hair was very grown and he decided to try this look and it somehow worked for him which is why he decided to keep it.

Asked how he feels about the backlash so far, Richard Mireku said that those who have been lashing out at him have no reason to do so because it is not wrong at all.

Watch the video of the full interview below…
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