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‘Whew That Color of Hair’: Quad Webb-Lunceford’s PSA Derails After Fans Are Attracted to Her Hair

Quad Webb-Lunceford took to the ‘Gram on Friday, April 24 to urge fans to stay in the house. The “Married to Medicine” reality star posted a video to the social media platform just days after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced the reopening of some Georgia businesses to take place Friday, April 24 and Monday, April 27. Webb shared what she intended as life-saving information in her PSA, but it seemed like fans were distracted by her hair color.

Webb-Lunceford wore a blue dress that contained a crisscross neckline while her auburn-colored hair was filled with spiral curls. Webb-Lunceford — a host on the “Sister Circle,” show that just ended a nearly three- season run — stressed in her one-minute, 15-second video how important it is for people to stay in the house.

Quad Webb-Lunceford urged people to stay in the house (Photo): @absolutelyquadd/Instagram

“In a recent chain of events pertaining to COVID-19 and quarantining, the governor of Georgia has decided to reopen the state and conduct business as usual,” she said. “We now have a prime opportunity to use our individual power collectively to send a resounding message to the U.S. government-that we will not be conned like the men of the Tuskegee syphilis experiment,” she added.

“It is obvious that economic growth means more to our governor than the lives of the American people, so do your part to decrease the growing number of coronavirus cases. Stay inside, stay alive, and save lives,” she urged. Many fans expressed that they resonated with her message, but others admitted that they were engrossed by her hair.

“This hair is 🔥🔥🔥🔥.”

“Whew that color of hair on that skin of yours is everything 😍‼️ Ms Quad she got it YASS.”

“Hair 💯💯🔥🔥.”

A fourth user asked, “When was the last time you got your hair done?”

” Hair! 🔥 Long. 👏🏻.”

“Love the Hair💜.”

Quad Webb-Lunceford sporting her straight auburn hair (Photo): @absolutelyquadd/Instagram

Webb-Lunceford, the author of “Cooking with Miss Quad: Live, Laugh, Love and Eat,” appears to be using her social media platform to inform fans on the severity of issues since TV One’s “Sister Circle” was cancelled after almost three seasons. The Atlanta-based talk show did not grow its audience enough to continue. Its final episode aired on Friday, April 24.

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