MIDLIFE CRISIS? WILLIS RABURU SURPRISES FANS WITH A NEW HAIRSTYLE

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Willis Raburu is undoubtedly a great entertainer. And being in the entertainment industry calls for a lot of commitment and change too is inevitable.

The CEO of Bazu Entertainment has stirred so much attention online. This was after he paraded his new hairstyle on his Instagram page.

The renowned news anchor introduced his new look while hosting the popular TV show, ten over ten which he hosts.

Since y’all call me Bazu, from today, call me Ras Bazu. Said Willis while removing his hat to show his dreadlocks and a reggae song playing in the background.

The new look has caught many netizens by surprise. But quite a good number is impressed by the change. One constant question that most people asked was how he was going to do news in the hairstyle. However, Willis responded to most of his fans that he will only be hosting ten over ten. Does that mean he is no longer a news anchor?

Among the few people who felt like the look was too much was one unidentified fan. So the guy took to air his concerns under the post.

How old is this guy again? Midlife crisis imeanza nini? Read the comment in part. The guy concluded by reminding Willis to lose some weight.

Also, just the other day Willis Raburu was trending for different reasons. So this guy posts a pic with his member printed all over his pants and ladies couldn’t hide their excitement. See comments in this post

So what do you think about Willis’s new look?

By Wanjiru Mbaru.

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Anonymous

How is it midlife crisis? Kenyans need to embrace the natural hair community. Our ancestors had dreadlocks and we never said anything about them having midlife crisis. Why do we still have colonial mentality that a man having dreadlocks is unprofessional? This is just sad tbh.

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Anonymous

This is how we like it!!God stuff Wanjiru Mbaru๐Ÿ˜

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