Badr Hari has what he has called “the werewolf patch” on his back. In fact, what he does have is a genetic skin trait called Becker’s nevus, which is considered a birthmark. Nevus is a medical term for either a pigmented lesion (such as a mole), or for a birthmark. A Becker’s nevus is usually seen in men on the upper back or chest. It is a tan to brown flat patch and studded with dark hairs. Though considered a birthmark, it commonly appears during puberty, probably as a response to increasing levels of testosterone (male hormone). It is benign (not cancerous), and is rarely seen in women. Lasers may decrease the pigmentation, and electrolysis can be used to treat the hairs. Most men with this birthmark are comfortable with its presence and do not desire treatment.
Another famous actor, Richard Gere, has the same birthmark, which can be seen in some of his movie love-scenes.
I am always surprised at how big of a deal people who comment on Badr Hari videos and photos make about Badr’s back. It’s like they have never seen a birthmark before. More people than not have some sort of distinguishing mark or marks on their body and it is NOTHING to be ashamed of.
To me, personally, it increases Badr Hari’s individuality and helps make him unique.