American hip-hop artist Tyga recently got caught in the cross-fire when Nikki Minaj started trading insults with ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels on Twitter. Tyga has never discussed his hair transplant before but responded by opening up when Nikki referred to him having the treatment.
The Drama on Twitter
In mid-August 2018, Nikki Minaj got into an argument with Safaree Samuels on the popular social media site, Twitter. The pair, who dated until 2014, have become notorious for their online battles, with each accusing the other of theft and cheating. The drama kicked off when Anaconda singer Minaj tweeted saying that she shouldn’t have paid for Safaree’s hair transplant and that it failed because “God don’t like ugly.” She followed that up with a tweet mentioning Tyga and saying that his hairline transplant worked, even though they went to the same doctor. Samuels responded by clarifying that his surgery, which cost around $12,000, was done by a different doctor to Tyga’s. When his name was mentioned, 28-year-old hip-hop artist Tyga replied confirming that Safaree was correct about them not using the same clinic for their surgeries.
Are hair transplants right for you?
Getting hair transplant surgery is a big decision and it is important to be sure that it is the right hair loss treatment for you. Your suitability will depend on your hair loss condition and how advanced it is. The best way to find out whether you would be a suitable candidate for hair transplants is by arranging a free consultation with Vinci Hair Clinic’s experts. They can guide you through how the hair transplant process works and answer all of your questions about what you can expect from the procedure.
Other hair loss treatments for men
Hair transplants are not the only option for men with hair loss worries. Vinci Hair Clinic also offers clinically-proven non-surgical and medical treatments to restore your hairline. For men who like a shaved haircut, Vinci Micro Scalp Pigmentation MSP creates the look of a full head of closely-cropped hair growth. MSP can also be adapted for long hairstyles to simulate the appearance of hair density. Medical treatments include PRP and mesotherapy, as well as the FDA-approved DHT-blockers finasteride and minoxidil.