Brotha Storm

Brother Storm - Men n Napps
Brother Storm - Men n Napps
Brother Storm – Men n Napps

Who is your Favorite model?

I have no favorite model I just love the art and anyone who compliment the art.

 

What is your favorite book?
I have several favorite books like metu Neter, Spiritual Worrios are Healers, The Art Of War, The Book Of 5 Rings thats just to name a few.

  What is your favorite movie?
Gladiator. It has a strong plot and I can appreciate the great battles.

Why did you become a model and what is your goal as a model?
I become a model cause I have always love to be in front of a camra. I love how you can express certain emotions, feelings, and statements in pictures. modeling is silent poetry its self. Images are very powerful and more influentail. So as a model, activist, and a artist I want to express statements and images that show our strength and greatness as a people. When our ancestors came off of slave ships one of the main programings of self-hatred was to be ashamed of how we naturally weared our hair. So in a society that still over or image I show powerful, Angelic, beautiful, as well as spiritual to rock our hair and how universal in blends in everyday life. here in this society we always felt comfromed or presured to cut or straighten our hair. Natural Hair is not just a style but a way of life and it should never be discriminated no where especially if The Most High Blessed you with your hair. So my hair is very very important to me as a model. Not too many Brothas have my look. And I see this Look being the future look that most Brothas will be comfortable rocking young and maybe old. Either way I am one of the pathways for Brothas and sistahs to rock their Afros or any other natural hair styles.

silviano fernando - Men n Napps How important is your hair as a model? Why do you choose to wear your hair the way you do?
I didn’t choose this hairstyle, This hairstyle choose me. When I grew my hair out into the afro I felt like a super hero to my image. Now I sometimes braid it, there is sometimes where I twist them, and there is other times where I might have bontu knots in which I want to do in the my next shoot. so having my hair the way that I have it I can be unlimited with any styles. When you have a bold head you’re limited to that style and  what all you that you can do to that style, when you have locs you are limited to all to what you can do to that style, but when you have the afro you just about everything. You can braid it up and wear hats, twist them, put them in knots, and come back to the Afro so in my modeling career for right now my hair is very important to me. 

What does your hair mean to you? Is it just an accessory that compliments your personality and style or is it deeper than that?
Its deeper than that. Like I stated earlier its a way of life.

How important is a woman’s hair to you? Does a weave, relaxed hair or a natural head bother you or do you have a preference for either of these styles?
Now as for women that rocks their to me I prefer them to rock their hair natural or low cut. Now I don’t judged them nor do I presure them to do other wise. But I do encourage them to go natural instead doin weaves. Now I am attrached to some women that have relaxers or weaves. But I still prefer women who are Natural.

What does your hair mean to you? Is it just an accessory that compliments your personality and style or is it deeper than that?
Its deeper than that. Like I stated earlier its a way of life.

Is the texture of a woman’s hair important to you?And length?
The woman’s texture or length is not too much of big deal if its natural.

Do you think black hair is an issue? Why or why not?
Yes it is because during Slavery and still to this day most of us are still a shame of our own image in very sad way. And in some way it the root of why we hate ourselves as a poeple.

Last Words:
Thank you for having me, as a model and a activist my job is to destroy self-hatred not just black people in America but all over the world.

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