DJ Khaled wants to find a cream to make his beard ''glow'', and would happily represent the brand if he was to find a product he loved.
DJ Khaled wants to find a cream to make his beard ''glow''.
The 41-year-old rapper and music producer - whose full name is Khaled Mohamed Khaled - has admitted he has received advice from his friends about his facial hair, who have recommended he use a ''certain cream'', which leaves his furry feature looking radiant.
Speaking about the cosmetic product he needs to get his hands on, the 'Do You Mind' hitmaker said: ''I haven't had a chance to find a certain cream or nothing like that. ... You know, being in the beard life, I have friends of mine who tell me you can actually some type of thing that makes it glow, like how I got cocoa butter -- I need advice to get the right one.''
And the artist - who collaborated with Palmer's Cocoa Butter earlier this year - has hinted if he found a company who made a product he fell in love with, he would like to represent them.
He continued: ''Because I had a beard for a long time, so I would love to maybe find the right one and if I really love it, aye you never know, I might want to endorse it as well. But it's got to be something I love.''
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