We been told y’all that broad is a bad influence. But that’s not to say Rihanna should be blamed every time one of her fans wants to be a “Rebel Flower”.
A schoolgirl who dyed her hair bright red to emulate the pop star Rihanna was told to turn round and go back home to wash it out.
Millie Foley had turned up for lessons at All Saints High School in Kirkby, Merseyside, with the new hairdo.
When she refused, her parents were also called in for a meeting with the headteacher to discuss the colouring of the 15-year-old’s hair.
She has now been allowed back into the classroom after the headteacher decided it was okay for her to ‘leave it there’ for the time being, according to the Daily Star.
The teenager told the newspaper: ‘It doesn’t affect my learning so I don’t see the problem. I just wanted my hair to look like Rihanna.
‘I didn’t want to dye it back – and it will take a year to grow out. Telling me I’ve got to get rid of it is stupid.’
She said even a couple of teachers said they liked her bright hair colour.
Her father Paul agreed that it was not affecting her school work and said her school report was, on the whole, outstanding.
In a statement the school said: ‘The parents were invited to a meeting to try to reach a reasonable conclusion. The student has never been threatened with suspension.’
Is 15 too young for Kool-Aid Red Hair? Or is this much ado about nothing? We’ve never been fans of RihRih’s red hair, but she’s an adult — and it’s up to her young fans parents to decide how far they let their kids go to emulate her.