View Full Version : Neyo not wearing hats anymore in 2016

09-20-2016, 08:43 AM
edit: I can't even link the ****ing youtube video because this website is censoring a part of the URL, if you wanna see where he talks in full detail the vid is called: Neyo tells fans he is leaving his signature hat in 2015

heres a different one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgM9jg1sfVE

Isn't it ****ing crazy how even a successful celebrity is/was extremely insecure about being bald and had to hide behind hats his entire career? This guy has sung some of the best RnB songs ever made and still, there was nothing he could do about being bald except wearing a hat 24/7.

When is the god damn cure coming, we need it ASAP!

09-28-2016, 02:49 AM
I don't know what his financial situation was like when he was younger, but it's likely surgeons either didn't want or weren't allowed to operate on him given he started thinning so young. I don't think you can be on Finasteride until you're at least 18 either, since it messes with your hormones. It really is horrible when it happens as a teenager, because then there really is little you can do about it. I knew a guy in my school who had a receding hairline and he was a couple years younger than me, although somehow he did do something, not sure what. Maybe a hair system.

I am surprised Ne-Yo didn't opt for SMP or a hair system if surgery hasn't been an option for him, if that's how strongly he felt. You'd be amazed just how many celebrities have had some kind of hair replacement and you had no idea, probably why there aren't that many bald celebrities compared to real life people. What money can buy I guess.

I'm guessing though that Ne-Yo got used to wearing hats so much that it kind of became his thing, and his hats always do look stylish, his dress sense is amazing. Still though, it's great if he's come to a place where he can embrace baldness, I'm very far from that (I don't think I'll ever get there haha).

09-28-2016, 04:04 PM
Wow. I found this very interesting - and how progressive of his school at the time to allow him to wear a hat due to him being made fun of. I'm not so sure most schools would do that, so kudos to the principals/administration that he had.
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09-30-2016, 08:03 AM
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