Chris Rock Debuts Blond Hair as He Steps out with His Beautiful 16-Year-Old Daughter Lola
An intriguing fashion statement, or an expression of troubled times? Whichever it is Chris Rock's new look can be called phenomenal!
The eye-catching look premiered when the actor stepped out with his teenage daughter to a restaurant in Los Angeles. The multifaceted star, Rock, now "rocks" a bilateral colored hair that is while the top of his hair is blonde, the sides are grey.
The 54-year old Comedian who was probably going for a younger look didn't bother dying the sides. His fans are trying to decide what brought about this new development and some are speculating it may have something to do with Chris' 34-year-old lover, actress, Megalyn Echikunwoke.
ROCK AS A KIND HEARTED PERSON
Speaking about love, the 54-year-old's sympathetic and giving attitude shows that he is indeed a compassionate fellow. This kindness drove him to participate in the fundraising for victims of a terrorist attack in New Zealand.
Superstar, Madonna also influenced the charity funds, after her manager, Guy Oseary began an appeal for the funding. On Oseary's campaign page, he wrote:
“My heart breaks for the victims, and their family. I have started a gofundme campaign, to support those affected by this tragedy at this difficult time, and making a personal contribution of $18,000 on behalf of my family to the victims of this terrorist attack. We will work with GoFundMe to ensure all funds are transferred to an organization, providing support to the families and communities. We will provide additional information about the distribution of the funds as soon as it becomes available. Please join me in helping #enoughIsenough”.
A host of other famous individuals such as Judd Apatow, Ben Stiller, and Josh Brolin, Rachel Zoe, Ashton Kutcher, contributed to the cause. The funds will be used for the families of those who suffered from the bombings that happened at two mosques in Christchurch.
Rock is mostly known as a stand-up comedian and his comedy roles in movies. His popularity increased after he wrote the comedy series, "Everybody Hates Chris" which spanned for four years.
His comedy became a force to reckon with, after he featured as a member of the cast in "Saturday Night Live," in the nineties.