Here's Exactly How Tyga And Safaree's $10K Hair Transplants Work

Seems like Charlamagne is very interested.

If you haven't been keeping up with the Nicki Minaj and Safaree drama unfolding on the internet, we suggest you get on Twitter ASAP and catch yourself up, because the ex couple are spilling piping hot tea. We're talking ghostwriting raps, bloody stabs and hairlines that cost a couple of stacks! 

Let's get into that last one... Nicki tweeted to have paid $10K to fix Safaree's hairline, which has now receded back to its old ways. Wait, there's more. He went to Tyga's doctor!

See the Twitter convo between Nicki and Charlamagne Tha God, below, that spilled the tea:

Hold on to your hairlines, folks, because Safaree finally answered The Breakfast Club host Charlamagne back, confirming the facts. It was actually a whopping $12K!

Men, are you feeling that price? While Tyga's edges are still intact, it's apparent Safarees's follicles have started to flee, making us believe that they've undergone a hair transplant. A hair transplant is a pretty complex procedure that would account for the hefty price tag. But what happens if the hairline has ghosted you and you can't afford a transplant?

Scalp micropigmentation is a procedure that can be best described as having your head covered in a bunch of little tattoos. The results looks very natural!

If you feel more comfortable growing your own follicles, then try For Hims, a hair restoration line that includes pills and shampoo.

And if your beard is lacking, try Toppkin Hair Building Fibers to fill in the rest. Just don't get caught in the rain, fellas!

And if you really want to fool folks but don't have the patience for any of the options listed above, try a man weave! Have no idea what we're talking about?

Watch the unbe-weave-able transformation for yourself below:

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