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Are you a guy who is tired of women giggling at your attempts to grow a beard? Yung Joc has an inexpensive solution to his beard woes.

Yung Joc, born Jasiel Robinson, is a former rapper best known for his viral hit song "It's Goin' Down".

Joc struggled for years to grow a beard naturally. He recently debuted his fake beard courtesy of spray-on fibers.

The radio personality debuted his new look on Wednesday. He demonstrated the revolutionary process on his radio show and livestream.

The process involves spraying tiny black fibers that form a natural-looking beard.

Joc's Streetz 94.5 radio co-hosts, including Mz Shyneka, were impressed by his instant swag.

Joc used electric clippers to shape up his new beard. If you make a mistake and take off too much beard, simply spray more fibers to fill it in.

Joc's followers were impressed, while others suggested he wash it all off.

The product is called Toppik or Xfusion. It is available at your favorite online shopping site.
 

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