Lighten Up: To and ‘Fro

boyd mafiaYep, that’s Greg on the right when he was a teenager. And the ‘fro is legit. No perms for this guy.

Note from the editor: I once cut Greg’s hair when I was 14 years old and he was 17 years old and sporting this perm. He ended up with bald spots all over his head. (Who let’s a 14-year old cut his hair?) Wish I had a photo of that.

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