Have you ever gone to a hair stylist to fix the mess that another stylist made of your hair? I have, and depending on which city you live in, the fact that a rival’s skills aren’t up to par can be music to another stylist’s ears. The thing is, the stylist who did the botch-job is going to be heated…in this case so much so that shots were (literally) fired.

Neffe Pugh (you know, Keyshia Cole’s sister of Frankie and Neffe fame) left one stylist’s shop with a hot mess on her head and went to Derek J (you know, the Real Housewives of Atlanta regular who often styles Kim’s wigs) for help. It was so bad that Derek J called the original stylist to ask what he did to it. Apparently his basic question was taken as more of a “what on earth is wrong with you and why did you destroy this woman’s hair,” and the original stylist showed up at Derek’s salon and started shooting. Watch this news report on the incident:

Can we pause for a moment to reflect on the way the news anchor said the word “hair,” as though it’s the the most trivial thing in the world?

It’s likely that the original stylist put reality television popularity and word-of-mouth together and realized that his name was about to be mud in Atlanta, got insulted, heated, and lost control. Still, what was shooting the place up going to solve?

What do you think of this story?

*hat tip Necole Bitchie

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  • alldawg


    hot-lanta can be a hot mess..

    Im trying to visual how animated that exchange was,” a flaming gay with a gun” the whole thing makes for a good script. Im sure that dude was talking to himself the whole time…

  • lulu

    black people put too much emphasis on Hair and not on more important things. like life.. battles over hair… wow

  • This is what I believe “The Boondocks” would refer to as a ‘nigga moment’ *snickers*

  • jerseyvixen

    we have to do better

    • golden_girl

      We are not going to do good. Blacks are becoming an even smaller minority while the n*ggas run amok @ high noon wearing they damn pajamas.