Joe Keery desires you to stop consuming over his hair.
As cool as you may believe his ‘do is, the Stranger Things star just recently got honest about the method the web’s fascination truly makes him feel. “It’s really ridiculous. It’s not something I have control over,” he stated in an Aug15 interview with The Daily Beast “It’s just internet fodder that’s carried over and is now attached to me. I can’t really knock it.”
Joe continued, “I have a career, so I have to be like, ‘Who cares? I’ll take it.’ But it’s also not something I care about at all.” As for how he feels about the consistent fixation on his locks, he stated, “It’s so stupid, honestly.”
It’s an inconvenience that has actually triggered motivation for a few of his music too. Under Joe’s musical alias of Djo, the star’s brand-new single “Gloom” includes a referral to this consistent conversations about his hair. He sings at one point, “Your insults don’t affect me with my favorite coat on / I know my hair looked good in the bathroom at the bar.”