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Justin Bieber Shows Off Dreadlocks - See His New Look!

Justin Bieber Shows Off Dreadlocks - See His New Look!

Justin Bieber has a new hairdo!

The 22-year-old “Sorry” entertainer took to Instagram to show off his new dreadlocks during a night out at 1 OAK.

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“Why,” he captioned one selfie of his new look.

Justin has been growing out his bleached blonde hair for a while now.

He’s currently on his Purpose World Tour and is expected to perform at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards tonight, so be sure to check back for those photos and video!

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Justin Bieber’s new dreads?

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  • LeosBooBoo

    No sir.

  • Vickyshouse


  • Jenny from the flop

    lmfao gonna be funny when he finds out that he cannot get them untangled unless he cuts it all off

  • Gina

    Femininity + Cultural appropriation = Justin Bieber

  • Tris

    I kinda like it makes him edgy… Not a fan of the nose piercing though…

  • Tris


  • Lessie S

    I think the dreadlocks on Europeans or other etc is fine and fun. Various ethnic groups choose to have blonde hair, extensions in “unnatural” sleek textures and lengths, even skin-lightening by makeup or other means, and colorful contact lenses that would not normally appear of them, but are not forced to experience euro sunburn etc. or not being as athletic or dominant in some ethnic areas. This is surprisingly too late and odd to point out. Many non-blacks help ethnic businesses with buying hair products, urban-style clothing, and representing terms such as “bling” even the use of “[be]cool” for trendiness originated from Malcolm X, so I see admiration. No one has called Adele on her soulfulness in voice etc. Most American physicians that research Africa and travel for medical abroad services and other forms of advocacy seem to be European. Let us celebrate the mixing cultures and celebrating!