Legendary Reggae singer, ORITS Williki, has been able to maintain his presence in the buzzing entertainment industry of Nigeria and he has been helping in every little way to ensure that the industry is stable for upcoming artistes in the country.

Legendary Reggae singer, ORITS Williki, has been able to maintain his presence in the buzzing entertainment industry of Nigeria and he has been helping in every little way to ensure that the industry is stable for upcoming artistes in the country.

Legendary Reggae singer, ORITS Williki, has been able to maintain his presence in the buzzing entertainment industry of Nigeria and he has been helping in every little way to ensure that the industry is stable for upcoming artistes in the country.

Recently unveiling little about his personal life with a sneak peek into his hair, the singer revealed that keeping his hair clean has attracted lots of personalities to him especially women.

He stated that some Reggae singers don’t keep their dreads clean but for him, about 16 years now, he has been making huge investments on his dreads just to make sure it looks neat and clean.

Explaining  why he abandoned the comb to Sun newspaper, he said, “It’s just to set a good example, because before now, most Rastas wore their dreadlocks virtually unkempt, and because of this, a lot of people do not want to associate with them; and that put a lot of discrimination between Rastas and the message they preach.

And knowing fully well what the society is all about, you are like the eagle’s eye. For your information, we Rastas see the future and we talk about it. We see the oppression, the brutality, and the corruption. I sang about corruption long time ago and see what’s happening today.

But because we are Rastas people never took us serious. And in order to correct that impression, I refused to smoke hemp and I decided to keep my dreadlock clean. With my dreadlock, I have wined and dined with the kings and those that matter in the society. And I’m proud to say that it’s what a lot of people admire in me, most especially the women folk. But if it has been dirty, I wouldn’t have been accepted today and I won’t be talking to people in the society.”

He noted that one of the disadvantages of wearing dreads is that it consumes a high amount of money from the person having it because of its maintenance.

“The disadvantage could be the stress you pass through in making it look good, and your purse too, because it’s expensive keeping the dreadlock. I spend close to N50,000 buying the stuffs I use on my hair to look good, which may not last for two months. In addition, I will still pay the stylist for home treatment and other things,” he added.

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