Zendaya Blasts Hair Critics With Multiple Shots On Social Media

Actress Zendaya Coleman is apparently fed up with people criticizing her appearance — especially when it comes to her hair.

The 18-year-old KC Undercover star was targeted by critics Sunday night because of her BET Awards red carpet look and hairstyle.

However, based on her post-show responses and reactions via social media, it is clear that Zendaya refuses to remain silent about the negative criticism and comments any longer.

Instead of posting a single tweet or Facebook rant, Zendaya found several different ways to keep firing shots at the critics relentlessly — and she did not delete a single one.

Moments before the BET Awards even started Sunday night, Zendaya posted a tweet with two selfies that spoke volumes — letting critics know that she was not playing games right from the start.

Zendaya followed up her tweet by retweeting some of the reports that appreciated and enjoyed her red-carpet look, as if to allow that positive spotlight to outshine the negativity. Less than an hour into the live broadcast, the former Shake It Up star posted a picture of her “over-the-shoulder” look on the red carpet, both on Instagram.

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With another Instagram photo from the red carpet, Zendaya boldly made it clear how she personally felt about her look at the BET Awards.

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Long after the show ended, Zendaya Coleman fired another shot at her critics and all of the people “hating out there.” She recorded herself taking off her wig — flipping and showing off her long hair.

On Monday, long after the BET Awards ceremony ended, Zendaya tweeted a selfie displaying a nonchalant smirk that also sent a major message to her critics and haters overall.

Giuliana Rancic, co-host of the hit celebrity fashion show Fashion Police, made headlines earlier this year by commenting on Zendaya’s hairstyle at the Oscars.

Zendaya later responded to Giuliana’s apology with a lengthy, “politically-correct” post accepting the apology and addressing other issues that were brought to light by the incident.

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