A Florida woman,Asha Mandela, who hold the world’s record of the woman with the longest dreadlocks has found love with a kenyan hairdresser who first spotted her locks on the internet.
- Asha Mandela’s hair is 55 feet long and weighs a staggering 42 pounds
- The 50-year-old business woman found love with a Kenyan Rastafarian
- Husband Emmanuel Chege spends two days a week treating Asha’s hair
- He said he now wants to get the world record for a man’s dreadlocks
Emmanuel has even helped Asha in the gym where he has helped her lose some 65lbs in weight
Asha Mandela from Florida, pictured, has dreadlocks which are a staggering 55 feet long
Asha found love with fellow Rastafarian Emmanuel Chege from Kenya who she married after eight months
Asha claims that her massive hair does not cause any problems in bed especially for Emmanuel
According to Emmanuel, the reason he and his wife have the long dreadlocks is due to their spirituality
Emmanuel said he wants to claim the world record for the longest male dreadlocks
The smitten couple mutually worship each other’s bountiful barnets and say that their beautifully maintained dreadlocks are their crowning glory.
Asha said: ‘It’s really added spice in the bedroom and it does not get in the way of anything at all.
‘There are times when my hair will be on the bed with us and we can use it for whatever or we put it on the floor if we want it out of the way.’
Asha and Emmanuel met online three years ago after he was struck by pictures of her famous dreadlocks on hair websites.
He decided to contact Asha, and when she visited Kenya on business eight months later, the chemistry between them was undeniable.
And after adoring Asha’s locks from a far, Emmanuel was eager to get his hands on her famous tresses.
He said: ‘It was so amazing to see all this amount of hair. It was more than in my imagination.
‘At first I thought maybe her locks were almost to her knees or to the ground, but the first glance when I saw her hair, it was so long, so it was so amazing and her beauty was so amazing too.’
Source: Daily Mail