Drake has left fans with a whole load of questions after appearing to switch up his look for 2021.
The In My Feelings hitmaker, 34, basically sent his fans into meltdown and became the talk of Twitter after he shared a snap of his new hair way too briefly on Instagram.
Said hair has left fans comparing Drake to Justin Bieber, as the rapper has ditched his usual dark shaven locks for a floppy fringe not a far cry from Bieber’s Baby days.
He even had a little heart bleached into his hair on one side of his head.
Despite Drake back-tracking on sharing his new look with the world and deleting any photo evidence, fans were all too quick in screen-grabbing it and posting it, along with their conflicted feelings, to Twitter.
Fans were seen comparing Drake to Bieber, who practically made the long and floppy look as famous as he is, but not everyone was entirely on board.
‘Why does Drake’s new hair style look like 2010 Justin Bieber?’ questioned one fan, while another said: ‘@Drake got that 2010 Bieber hair… I’m here for it.’
Not so keen, one fan joked Drake had ‘ruined 2021’ already with his new hair, while one more was all for it: ‘say what u want but drake look yummy as hell w that yt boy hair (sic).’
Others struggled to decide whether or not his hair style was genuinely real.
‘have we got actual confirmation of the drake hair being real or fake i so hope its real,’ one follower posted.
‘can someone just please tell me that isn’t drake’s real hair before I lose my mind,’ another added.
Not so sure, one fan asked: ‘How real is the hair on the top of Drake’s head?’
Drake is set to drop his new album Certified Lover Boy this month, so maybe he’ll finally reveal all when his record is released.
Giving fans a teaser of what they can expect, the artist’s producer Noah ‘40’ Shebib said on the ETCS podcast: ‘Drake makes like four different types of music.
‘How many different types of fans does he have? How many songs is he going to give you of each type, so that you’re satisfied with this offering? He’s trying to deliver for a lot of different people.’
40 added: ‘I think that’s the predicament we find ourselves in, which is trying to make music for everyone and to make sure all the different types of fans are satisfied.’
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