Pop beauty Madonna has vowed to bring up her adopted Malawian son in accordance with the teachings of Kabbalah, and not give him a haircut until he is three.
"Madonna has made it clear that David's hair is not to be touched at all, even if it grows into an Afro hairstyle,? a source close to the 48-year-old singer told Britain's Daily Express newspaper.
"When the time comes it will be a big ceremony and lots of men in the
Kabbalah community will gather round and each of them will cut a bit off.
According to the Kabbalah, young boys can start wearing skull caps after their first haircut," he said.
Madonna's five-year-old biological son Rocco, from her marriage to British film director Guy Ritchie, also followed the same ritual at the insistence of his mother and has been excitedly talking to his new brother about the eventual ceremony.
"The two boys have formed a real bond and Rocco is always adjusting David's red Kabbalah wristband and telling him all about its rituals and beliefs," the source added.
Meanwhile, Yohane Banda, the father of a Malawian boy adopted by pop diva Madonna wants to ask how his son is getting on "I don't have her phone and mailing addresses. All I want is to find out how my son is but I don't know how I can do it," Malawi's Daily Times newspaper quoted Yohane Banda as saying.
"I only talked to her once at the High Court and I want to talk to her now and find out about my child."
The father of one-year-old David Banda made the comments after the newspaper presented him with a 400 pound ($788) check from Scottish nun, Christine Webster, who told the paper she believes Banda would have been better off staying in Malawi.