Do you know Dallas, the famous three-time winner of Mr. Ghana? Well, I hear Dallas is a barber in Madina now! And he gives you whatever haircut he feels will look great on you! Who are you to protest? You can only protest when you are in a safe distance, and live outside Madina. Dallas Barbering! ….Only the brave. When the Mohawk came into fashion, Dallas practiced on his customers without their consent!! He invented the ‘backbush mohawk’ aka ‘The MoBush’. Sometimes in the middle of a haircut, Dallas will change his mind and add a touch of something he saw on television. Who are you to protest?
Dallas was what we call a ruthless barber! He instilled fear in his customers, and had an attendance register for all his customers. Dallas’ motto was ‘Muscle over Skill!’. Dallas took inspiration from Hulk Hogan’s mustache after watching ‘Thunder in Paradise’ and applied it as a haircut to someone’s head! Dallas cuts hair on the solid principles of “Muscle over Skill”. Well, after all the forceful barbering and fear he instills in the youth of Madina, Dallas does sporting waves too! Hmmmm!! From body building, Three times Mr. Ghana champion, Now a barber! smh… A dictator barber! When they opened Ankaful prison, Dallas was called to come and mentor the prison barber for some weeks!
Some guy brought a Trey Songs picture and told Dallas he wanted the same hair shape. Dallas gave him a permanent shape…with a soldering bit! Dallas doesn’t have pictures of P Diddy and other stars in his shop as haircut references. Only pictures of himself and his fellow bodybuilders! Dallas stands by the road and calls people who he thinks need a haircut.. Who are you to complain! You go pay too. if you are on Dallas’ haircut list and you miss your weekly barbering session, he will give u a permanent haircut with a soldering bit next time u come. Last Christmas a London boy entered Dallas’ shop and requested for a ‘badman’ haircut ….Dallas gave him a Baldman haircut. Dallas works bare-chested!
This hilarious piece is a compilation of the tweets of Bernard Kafui Sokpe.