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June 27, 2020

DJ Khaled's Barber Wears Protective Gear and a Face Mask While Giving Him a Haircut

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DJ Khaled recently shared a snap while getting a haircut as his barber wore full-on protective equipment in line with the “new norm.”

DJ Khaled may not be fresh out of the barbershop, but he certainly got a new do from what seems to be his makeshift home salon.

DJ KHALED’S HAIR CUT

The record executive took to Instagram to share the new normal amid the coronavirus when it comes to hair services.

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To ensure safety, Khaled’s barber came to give him a haircut, while wearing a face mask, face shield, gloves, and a full protective suit.

As the “I’m the One” artist was being trimmed from behind, he kept busy sitting down while using his phone.

The organization also collaborated with Simple Human to give away thousands of soap dispensers and hand sanitizers to different communities in need.

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GETTING CRITICIZED FOR QUARANTINE HAIR

Previously, Khaled was called out by internet trolls for his long unruly hair and beard that resulted from the quarantine.

The 44-year-old assured his fans and critics that he “will figure it out soon” and look neat in no time, and as promised, he did.

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The rapper’s Easter photo with his family was what drew attention to his shaggy look, which featured his grey strands.

Several celebrities and individuals around the globe can certainly relate to the Grammy Award-winning artist as everyone tries to stay safe indoors.

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Hollywood stars have even asked their kids or partners to give them a haircut from home, instead of stepping into a salon.

HELPING THE COMMUNITY

Despite being quarantined at home, the famous DJ did his part to help the community by donating protective gear to frontline health workers, along with his wife, Nicole Tuck.

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We The Best Foundation, owned by Kahled, partnered with Direct Relief to provide 10,000 masks, gloves, and PPE to healthcare workers in New York and Miami.

The organization also collaborated with Simple Human to give away thousands of soap dispensers and hand sanitizers to different communities in need.

Although being at home has tested his sanity, but keeps happy by working out and engaging in video conferences.

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