David Adefeso Impresses His Fans With A Throwback Photo - Check Out His Previous Look

David Adefeso Impresses His Fans With A Throwback Photo - Check Out His Previous Look
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David Adefeso shared a throwback photo on his social media account. He was flaunting his braids in the pic, and fans simply could not get enough of him.

People are sending him love via the comments, and a lot of fans are encouraging him. As you know, he broke up with Tamar Braxton following some pretty disturbing episodes, and ever since, fans have offered him their love and support.

'#Tbt before I committed to dreads, I first needed to test out how I looked and felt with braids.This pic was a few years ago during the “braids test” I loved it. And now you know the story of why I have dreads today lol#explore #explorepage #viralpost #viral #throwback #braids #locs,' he captioned his post.

Someone said: 'Looking snazzy. You look good in braids as well,' and more fans prasied the man.

A commenter posted this: 'You are such a gentleman. Stay blessed and stay safe,' and another follower said: 'You look good with braids but I love how you look with dreads.'

Someone else wrote this message: 'why you don’t go back to this look Tay Tay will go crazy been trying to tell you she single lol get back together please.'

David Adefeso   shared a post on his social media account that managed to shock his fans. This involves a human zoo.

'This photograph shows white tourists interacting with an African child who was part of a zoo-like "Congo village" exhibition at the Expo '58 world's fair in Brussels, Belgium. Human zoos, also known as ethnological expositions, were public displays of people, usually in an erroneously labeled "natural" or "primitive" state. They were most prominent during the 19th and 20th centuries,' David began his post.

He said: 'While human zoos had been around since the mid 1600s, they became wildely popular In the 1870s, where exhibitions of so-called "exotic populations" were displayed throughout many of Europe's largest cites, such as Paris, Hamburg, London, Milan as well as American cities such as New York and Chicago. Sometimes, the people were displayed alongside animals and plants, to “re-create”, their “natural environment. It gave people the feeling of having traveled to these areas by witnessing the exhibits and projected western superiority.'

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