- A young Nigerian man has wowed social media users as he shared pictures that showcase his hairstyling skill
- Many who commented on his photos praised his brilliance as a barber as they asked him to move to Lagos state to tap into a huge clientele pool
- Others asked him for his location, expressing an interest in him giving them a special haircut
A person's craft would always speak for him where he may never imagine; it's louder than a voice even. This could be said of a young man from Oyo state whose styling skill broke the internet.
With the handle @Topzycut, the young Nigerian man on Monday, August 31, posted that he wants his craft to go viral.
He attached three different pictures of the haircut style he gave a person who acted as his model. At the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered almost 25,000 likes and over 9,000 retweets with hundreds of comments on the micro-messaging platform.
A look at his Twitter timeline shows that this is not the first time he would be sharing pictures that showcase his deftness. No wonder one of those who commented on his recent tweet praised his consistency.
The Nigerian barber is from Ogbomoso in Oyo. He said that he is only available for home service. While some were wowed by his skill, many had other different things to say.
Below are how people responded to his tweet:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian artist with the Twitter handle @kemz_Emmanuel got international attention after he did a pencil drawing of American artiste DJ Khaled and posted it on Twitter on Monday, August 17.
In the post, he made sure he tagged the American DJ as he asked people to help him retweet his work so that the disc jockey maestro can see it.
A day after on Tuesday, August 18, DJ Khaled put Emmanuel in the spotlight as he quoted his tweet and added "Wow amazing!" broadcasting to his over 5 million Twitter followers.
Since then, the post has gone viral, drawing comments on the young Nigerian's work from all corners of the world.
Emmanuel shared three pictures that well captured the production process of the art. Looking at them, one can see how he progressed to get a final artistic copy.