Most of us are aware that not everything that is posted or said on social media is real or true, most of us are aware that there are a lot of people that post lies on social media, and there are also those people who edit their pictures with filters and photoshop in order to make themselves look more attractive than they actually are in real life just so that they can get some likes.
This young lady is the perfect example of what people are willing to do in order to get some likes on social media, as she posted some pictures of herself on social media site Twitter looking very beautiful and attractive, but some people with sharp eyes quickly noticed that there was something unusual about the pictures that she posted.
People noticed some curvature on the floor and on the pillar next to the young lady in the picture, which indicates that the young lady edited the pictures in order to make it look like she had a bigger booty that she actually does in real life....
"Why pillar ekobehile so 🙈😂😂😂😂"
"Yah it doesn't look authentic 🤣🤣"
"ilife never been straight 😭"
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