Earl Hayes Raglin Jr. has gone viral for doing something most of us have done, or even had done to us when we were children. Till this day I can’t exactly get my top knot to be perfect, and I wouldn’t dare try doing it on my niece’s hair, well until now.

Raglin uploaded a video to his Facebook page and it now has over 23,000 views. The video shows his unconventional, but gets the job done technique when it comes to bunning up his daughter’s hair. Raglin calls his method the “Daddy’s Version of the Bun”.

Now if only I can find someone to help me with bun.

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  • shybookworm

    I’m of two minds on this. Yes, I agree with some of the posters that some black dads love to show off their bi-racial or exotic looking kids, or their lighter skinned kids. But I know some black women who are like that too, so it’s not just a black man problem.

    On the other hand, I really think it’s his technique that made this go viral. Having the little girl spin was pretty clever. If she had been as dark as me, I’m sure it still would’ve made the press because of the way the hair was styled. There was a white man last year with a black adopted daughter who did her hair (which was natural and nappy) and no one gave him heat for putting the video online. And another man, white with an adopted black daughter got alot of positive press, esp. from black women, when he created a Sesame Street skit, I Love My Hair http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enpFde5rgmw Maybe we’re over-reacting about this a little?

  • itgurl_29

    You’re not being ugly, it’s the black ass truth and we all know it. There isn’t a happier being on the planet than a black man who’s created some mixed kids. No other group of men on earth are feels so damn good about breeding himself out of existence.