Alexis Ohanian said he's joining 'natural hair' Facebook groups to figure out how to do his daughter's hair
- Serena Williams' husband Alexis Ohanian said he's joining "natural hair" Facebook groups.
- He joked that he hopes they "don't auto-reject" him when they see his profile photo, because really he wants to "keep getting better at" doing his daughter's hair.
- Ohanian and Williams have a 1-year-old daughter together called Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.
- And judging from Ohanian Jr.'s official Instagram account, Ohanian Sr. is clearly doing a great job.
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Alexis Ohanian has said that he's joining "natural hair" Facebook groups to figure out how to do his daughter's hair.
Ohanian, who cofounded Reddit and venture capital firm Initialized Capital, is the husband of 23-time Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams.
She gave birth to their daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. in 2017. It has been clear ever since that they are both smitten with their 1-year-old girl - Ohanian even said all of the words from Disney movie "Frozen" are stuck in his head because he's seen it 3,000 times.
Just applied to join 4 private Natural Hair facebook groups. I hope they don't auto-reject my application when they see my profile photo ??
I told them it was to keep getting better at doing my daughter's hair. — Alexis Ohanian Sr. ?? (@alexisohanian) May 16, 2019
In a later post, he said: "Daddy daughter Youtube accounts are the best."
Judging by his daughter's Instagram, an account that has more than 500,000 followers, it looks like he's doing a great job.
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