Remember the 8-Year-Old Boy that Was Rejected by Many Schools Because of his Hair? See his Photos
James is one of the those special kids born with special things. He is a handsome young boy that became famous for having a beautiful hair. He became very popular after some modelling companies saw the boy's unique hair and signed him up. He became one of the top rising models in the industry.
Everyone is special in their own way, be it a character trait, a facial feature, whatever it is, it's part of what makes you, you. For Farouk, he believed it was his long brown curly locks that made him unique. However, the 8-year-old might be at risk of losing his education, if he doesn't cut his hair.
While over 82,000 people follow his adventures on Instagram, Farouk's mom Bonnie says they're often stopped in the streets of London by people wanting to compliment Farouk's curls and sense of style.
“We hope to show the world that it's okay for boys to have a long curly crown,” Bonnie told Tech Insider.
James Farouk became known as the only way his hair grew. His mother has a lot of work to do. However, in his life this gorgeous model has an aspect. One such element is school. School.
James had applied in many schools, but for the same reason several schools rejected his lovely hair. They claim that it totally undermines the values of the school. It shows the school in bad light as some other students attempt to develop their hair.
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