Nick Cannon’s Cheetah Print Hair Causes Tidal Wave of Twitter Slander
After sparking a social media firestorm with his whiteface character Connor Smallnut, Nick Cannon is shocking people once again. The entertainer went on Instagram to unveil his new cheetah-spotted hairdo.
Cannon’s drastic hair change is perfectly timed as he’s currently on a promo run for his new album, 'White People Party Music,' in stores now. The 33-year-old rapper-actor even appeared on BET’s '106 & Park' with his new look, which is certainly outrageous to say the least.
When he initially debuted the new look (see photo below) earlier this week, Cannon admitted that he "finally lost it" in a series of hashtags. "usually don't do #Selfies but I think my new hairstyle is worth it! #Animal #TheWildLife #IFinallyLostIt #Cheetah #CantCatchMe #TooFast #TryToKeepUp #wppm #Ncredible," he wrote.
Of course, Cannon’s spotted hairdo brought him a tidal wave of slander from Twitter -- some sentiments were downright cruel. Check out some of the tweets below.
Fortunately, Cannon did change his hair back to his original curly coif but not because of the slander. Apparently, NBC ordered him to change his hair color so they could film the rest of 'America's Got Talent' for the upcoming season.
However, in the end, Nick Cannon has a message for all the people slandering him on Twitter. Read below.