Entertainment The Internet Has Very Strong Feelings About KJ Apa's New Beard
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has a brand new look! The 23-year Riverdale star took to the ‘gram on Monday, June 29 to with long hair and a double take-worthy beard.
The beard is a striking contrast from his usual clean-shaven look. It’s likely a result of the COVID-19 quarantine, which has inspired many other men to experimentally grow out their beards.
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“Ohh dear…I like u better without the beard,” one disappointed fanon the photo. Another , “KJ why do you look like that can u shave please this is not my barchie king.”
But, as mentioned, there are those followers who can’t get enough of his look. “Love that beard,”stated. took to Twitter to say, “KJ Apa is sexy anyway with or without a beard with or without chest hair he gets all the rights .”
This long-bearded pic comes a few weeks after Apasporting shorter facial hair on June 9. He posted a photo of himself shirtless in a desert wearing shorts, sneaking, sporty sunglasses and a baseball cap.
His long hair flowed out from the back of the baseball cap and its evident from the pic that he was in the beginning stages of the quarantine beard.
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Knowing that bit of information, it’s no surprise that the star is embracing a no-fuss hairstyle these days!
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