August 22, 2013 by  

WORLD’S LONGEST DREADLOCKS COULD LEAVE WOMAN PARALYZED, What helped 50s, Asha Mandela pull through two heart attacks, cancer, and two strokes? Her hair, which she believes. “Court would be tantamount to suicide. Would be like to be a zombie,” the woman with long dreadlocks World told the Daily Mail

Mandela, who lives with her husband and son in Atlanta, stopped cutting hair 20 years. “I started to grow hair 25 years ago, when I started having some dreams and visions,” he said. Dreadlocks growth was part of a spiritual journey to rebuild their lives completely. Now, Mandela says, has many fans that her “a living legend” and the “ninth wonder of the world.” She has to wear her hair, weighing 39 pounds, in a baby sling fabric when she leaves.

At first his family, who came originally from Trinidad, disagreed. “My mom told me to take off the mop head before I was welcomed back at home,” he said in an interview in 2013. “She told me: ‘Imagine, I was pretty Vaseline and lard in hair and groom as well … now look what you did to her.'”

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