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Kimbell charged that Rock's film is an illegal infringement of her similarly themed documentary, My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hair-itage, which she says she screened for Rock in 2007.Rock appeared on the popular TV show hosted by Oprah Winfrey to promote and discuss his film.ILOSM fam,’ you ever went on a date and wished that you could get those hours of your life back?Or maybe you’ve gone on a date and thought that everything was all good, only to find out your date felt the complete opposite? I was like, ‘This dude is not even that fu*king funny.’ And he’s the only dude that has ever given me a false number [laughs].” Nia gave even more intricate details about their blind date back in the day.
He argued they should not have to worry about such styling questions before becoming teenagers.
The movie features interviews from hair care industry businesspeople, stylists (Derek J, Jason Griggers and others) and their customers, and celebrities such as Ice-T, Nia Long, Paul Mooney, T-Pain, Raven-Symoné, Maya Angelou, KRS-One, Salt-n-Pepa, Kerry Washington, Eve, Reverend Al Sharpton, Andre Harrell, Tracie Thoms, Lauren London, and Meagan Good.
These public figures discuss their experiences with their own hair, and the issue of how different types and characteristics of black hair are perceived in the black community.
Rock explores why black women adopt so many different styles for their hair.
Techniques designed to straighten hair appear to be intended to give it characteristics of European (or "white") hair.
She believes that what is now considered "good hair" is healthy hair.