Are you feeling Yung Joc's new hairdo? | The Tylt
A photo of Yung Joc with a new hairdo has surfaced on the Internet. Joc is rocking relaxed, short straightened hair now. And some of Black Twitter came rolling out with jokes about who Joc now looks like.
While his hair is jokingly being compared to other Black celebrities—mainly Black women—who have rocked the "short hair, don't care" look over the years, people have noted that some of the jokes are rather offensive. Shouldn't Joc should be able to sport whatever hairstyle he wants without sexist or homophobic blowback?
Though some genuinely think he looks ridiculous, others can admit that his hair is actually "laid for the Gods"—meaning it looks really good! But what do you think: Are you yelling, "#WhyYungJocWhy" or do you think #YungJocsHairIsLaid? Scroll down to read the perspectives and vote!
Are you feeling Yung Joc's new hairdo?
His new ‘do is definitely a drastic change.
Black Twitter strikes with the jokes! Joc is representing every R&B diva from the ‘90s with this look.
But Joc isn’t going down without a fight. He’s defending his new look!
Black men should be able to explore new hairdos and styles—especially without sexist and homophobic criticism!
Everyone making fun of Yung Joc's hair is terrible. Whenever Someone does something different ppl will make fun of and scrutinize it.— Under Construction (@Schoollover) August 26, 2016
Hate all you want, but Joc’s hair does look good. It’s shocking to some!
Is that really his hair? It's nice!— Lil Pound Cake (@ItzaGEEthing) August 26, 2016
But for real though, Joc’s hair is "laid for the GODS." YAS!
All jokes aside Yung Joc's blowout is laid— Picture it..Sicily (@_MsAkua) August 26, 2016
And it has women with the "short look" questioning why their own look isn’t up to par with Joc’s 'do.
Why is Yung Joc's short cut more laid than mine 😕— jas (@anyajasmyn) August 26, 2016