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Doja Cat is getting real about her relationship with her hair.

During an Instagram Live session yesterday, the Grammy-winning rapper debuted a new buzz cut to her fans, candidly explaining why she decided to cut off all her hair.

“I feel like I was never supposed to have hair anyway. I don’t like having hair. I never liked having hair,” she said. “I cannot tell you one time since the beginning of my life that I’ve ever been like, ‘This is cool.’ I just do not like to have hair.”

She also recounted instances where her hair proved to be more of a nuisance than an asset in her personal life.

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“I remember feeling so fucking just exhausted with working out, like whenever I went to go train,” she said. “I’d be wearing wigs, and they would be getting tacky. They’d re-tack because of the moisture. And then, they’d start sliding and peeling off of my head while I’m doing this incredibly strenuous thing. I’d be working out, but I couldn’t focus because I was more concerned with how I looked and how my hair was doing and how to keep it adhered to my scalp. And then, it would slide off, and then I’d put on a beanie. There was times where I’d put a beanie on top of my wig that’s on top of a wig cap that’s on top of braids.”

She added that she already feels better off without having hair.

“I just can’t believe that it took me this long to be like, ‘Shave your fucking head,'” the “Kiss Me More” rapper continued. “I’m over it. I’m really liking this. What is the use of having hair if you’re not gonna fucking wear it out? I don’t even sport it.”

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Later during the livestream, Doja whipped out some shaving cream and a razor to shave off her eyebrows.

“I’m gonna do it,” she said simply, before turning on music and raising a heart-shaped mirror to her face and razing off her brows.

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.