Lady shares chats of her father's response to her filtered pic but Twitter focuses on something else
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Face app can alter someone's looks so much that even their parents cannot tell it's them. This was true for a young woman who took to Twitter to share a chat she had with her father after she sent him a picture of herself. Her father asked who the pictured lady was and that's where the humor was. A lot of tweeps noted this and laughed along but others chose to focus on something else.
Her post read: It’s my dads response for me 😂
The picture that she sent her father was an innocent picture but it was later claimed to be inappropriate to send to her father. This startled a few people as they felt that she was being s*xualized by tweeps unnecessarily so.
The comments read:
I call my boyfriend "Daddy" ☺️ so I am confused is this your boyfriend or father? 🤔https://twitter.com/NombusoCaleni/status/1460175263350857728?t=VuRZs5FibStghUr0dHEhfg&s=19
You have a dad? 😳😳 https://twitter.com/MandisaXO/status/1460232978953646086?t=y-jMRT_WszgtpkUJANdvIg&s=19
I'm not laughing but True beauty doesn't need photoshop. Your Daddy https://t.co/kYhhGBhaDK
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