Steve-O admits selling dolls with his own hair was a ‘ill-advised’ and ‘creepy’ decision
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Steve-O has admitted that selling voodoo dolls made with his own hair might have been a little bit too 'creepy'.
The Jackass star has done all sorts of crazy things over the years and put his body through all manner of torture and torment for entertainment.
So shaving his hair off and having it made into dolls would probably rank rather low on the list of weird things he's done.
However, that hasn't stopped him from voicing some concerns that he might have gone too far this time as he's admitted that he's been creeping himself out with this latest venture.
Needless to say, this is a pretty weird venture, even for Steve-O, and the man himself has been talking about how weird he found the experience.
Speaking of the whole venture with the voodoo dolls, he told the Daily Mirror that it 'was creepy and ill-advised to invite negative energy like that'.
The star explained that when Liquid Death approached him, he 'let them cut my hair and make dolls with it'.
Steve-O then revealed that he'd 'be lying if I said this doesn’t creep me out' but he liked Liquid Death so he took a 'f**k it' approach to the whole thing.
That sort of approach has really brought him bags and bags of fame over the years as he's not been afraid to try new things and put himself into his projects - quite literally in his particular case.
However, he does seem to have given himself the heebie-jeebies this time and plenty of his fans have been saying they've found the dolls creepy as well.
One fan branded the whole thing 'f**ing nuts', while another said it was 'a bit too weird for me' and plenty more thought this was quite the strange turn.
However, if you build it they will come, and there were other comments from Steve-O's fans saying they actually liked the idea and thought they could get some use out of voodoo dolls of him.
One person said they'd treat the doll to a nice 'tea party' while another promised to 'hug mine and give him little presents'.
But unfortunately, there were many more who seemed to want the dolls for... let's say unwholesome purposes and expand on that point no further.