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This 'Woman' Catfished Thousands Of Fans Until A Big Mistake Revealed True Identity
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This 'Woman' Catfished Thousands Of Fans Until A Big Mistake Revealed True Identity

The man apparently used photo editing apps to make himself appear like as a 'younger beautiful woman' because he believed no one wanted to see an old 'uncle'

@azusagakuyuki / Twitter

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on March 20, 2021. It has since been updated.

In the age of social media, virtual reality, and cutting-edge technology, it is only justified for people to question reality itself. A 50-year-old Japanese man has given many on the internet an existential crisis after fooling them with his amazing editing skills. He made himself look like a 'youthful Japanese female motorbike rider' to gain followers but was caught after a show tracked him down, reported the Daily Mail



 

The Japanese rider, who goes under the username @azusagakuyuki on Twitter, has gained a following of almost 18,000 after posting life updates and pictures as a woman in a motorcycle jacket or posing with Yamaha bikes. Soon eagle-eyed followers suspected something wasn't right when a mirror reflection in one of the pictures showing a completely different face. A Japanese entertainment TV show then tracked down the creator of the Twitter feed, where they discovered that it was, in fact, middle-aged making it the 'ultimate catfish' moment. The man named Zonggu apparently said that he used photo editing apps such as FaceApp to make himself appear like a 'younger beautiful woman' because he believed no one wanted to see an old 'uncle', reported the Daily Mail