There Is Another Guinness World Record For The Tallest Mohawk


There is another world record for the tallest Mohican mohawk, and it will give you all kinds of hair envy.

Joseph Grisamore, of Park Rapids, Minnesota, checks in with a mohawk fan over 42.5 inches tall, Guinness World Records said on its website.

“My favorite thing about the mohawk is only its rarity of it,” Grisamore told Guinness.

“I’ll admit that people responses are pretty priceless as well. I’m 6’1 tall, and my mohawk is pushing 4 feet now.”

Grisamore said that he doesn’t even use that much item. Usually, he gets his hair stylist to tease the base so it can basically stand on its own.

“Doors aren’t over 7′ tall, ceilings 9′, and cars are impossible to get into – so I’m limited to where and how I move around when I’m totally done up, however the group typically comes to me,” he said.

Grisamore says that he uses mininmal product on his record-setting hair.

Grisamore said he wanted to break this record back in 2007 but was too afraid to shave the sides of his hair so as to fit the bill for the record.

He decided to attempt again and grew his hair to four feet in seven years, allowing him to break the record, as per the news release.

Nonetheless, Grisamore doesn’t generally wear his hair high. He works as an essential worker at a health care facility and usually keeps it braided and in two knots to avoid sitting on it.

“I’m honored to be added to a list of exceptional record holders,” Grisamore said.

“My wife wants me to stay humble, but instead I’m considering becoming the ‘Mohawk King’, and attempting the tallest Mohawk spike title, which is how I’d started my excursion with record-breaking in 2007.”

His accomplishment will be featured in the Guinness World Records 2021 release.

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