Convicted Murderer Phil Spector's Hair Inspired By Ben Wallace's Fro

Fear the 'fro. No, really -- he who rocks it in the courthouse is a convicted killer. We all knew Ben Wallace, the feared four-time Defensive Player of the Year, had killer hair, but nobody ever took it literally. Convicted murderer Phil Spector did:

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Remember wondering "what the heck’s that about" when famed record producer Phil Spector, accused of murder, showed up for a hearing with a huge Afro?

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The since-convicted Spector explains why he did it in a documentary, "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector," and bet you never saw this one coming.

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"That was a tribute to Ben Wallace, the Detroit Pistons forward," Spector says. "And it was a tribute to Albert Einstein. And Beethoven. It was done in jest, but I was wearing my hair like Albert Einstein in those days."

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Ah, yes, three completely random names spouted off by a psycho killer. Something tells me those three wouldn't want their name linked with Spector. I mean, how much of a tribute can it really be coming from him? Bilde_medium

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[image via Freep.com]

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