When my girl Fresh over at Crunk & Disorderly posted about it, the ensuing discussion provoked 276 comments and counting! Most people seem to be nonplussed, but a few took offense to his description of â€œblack-person hair.â€ Not me. Being a black person, thatâ€™s what I have, right?
Ethnic wonâ€™t work, because that is an excessively broad term. Kinky opens up a whole different can of worms. Naturally curly might have been a way to go, but guess what? Brad is a dude. Dudes donâ€™t usually mince words about stuff like that. I donâ€™t really care about the specificity of ethnic labeling.
Iâ€™m just proud that Braddy knows what products sheâ€™s using, and recognizes that Zahara needs lots of moisture for her adorable little fro. I hope heâ€™s using the hair milk on her. Thatâ€™s good stuff.Heâ€™s just educated legions of white parents on how to care for the locks of their adopted black children. I know itâ€™s easy (and fun!) to hate on the A-listers, but Iâ€™ve got nothing but respect for Brad, Angie, and their rainbow tribe. If yâ€™all need a babysitter, holla at Afrobella.