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Umegongwa: Netizens not Impressed by Jimal Roho Safi’s Hairline Days After Hair Transplant in Turkey

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Businessman Jimal Roho Safi is back in the country from Turkey where he had gone for his regular hair transplant session.

Feeling himself, Jimal Roho Safi took to social media to flaunt his new hairline upon landing in the country.

The Mwananchi Credit CEO could not help but tease his followers to zoom his latest photo for a perfect view of his new hair.

 

Jimal Roho Safi showing off his new hairline. Photo: Jimal Roho Safi/Instagram.

“Zoom😂” Jimal captioned a photo of himself enjoying tea at a local eatery.

In normal circumstances, such a post would have sparked mixed reactions with some fans pampering him with love while others wiping the floor with him.

However, this time round 99% if not 100% of his fans and followers joined forces in destroying him and his hair plant.

From comment number one to the hundreds, everyone who jumped on the comments section of his post told him his Turkish surgeon did a shoddy job on his head.

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Quite a number made it clear that the could not see any difference and if anything, his hairline was now uglier than before.

His fans and followers, joined by other Kenyans online insisted the Turkish doctors ate his money.

Many held he should have stuck with hats and give his hair time to grow naturally instead of splashing millions on flopped sessions.

This comes barely a week after Jimal Roho Safi confirmed to the world that his ex wife Amira was right when she threw shade at his hairline at the height of their bitter breakup.

Jimal posted photos and videos of himself undergoing hair transplant surgery in Turkey, where he has been going regularly.

That is not all, the businessman also went for gastric balloons in a bid to cut down on his weight.

Well, the gastric balloons may have worked or will eventually work but the hair transplant was a total fail, at least according to many Kenyans.

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