The internet detectives are back again with their photoshop skills demonstrating their hidden creativity when it comes to photos of celebrities. Photoshopped images always go viral and they are used to bring a sense of humor among Kenyans.
The celebrated musicians Bahati and Poze are great friends although they act as if they have a strong beef emanating between them and they use this trick to confuse some Kenyans who think that they are not in good terms together.
There are photos of Bahati and Poze that have gone viral after surfacing online. The photos are just photoshopped images from Kenyans who have swiped them in different photos in which they look like gorgeous ladies.
It is two days since Bahati posted a photo with his P.A Emmah Lihavi saying that she is single.
A hardworking Kenyan on social media used his photoshop skills to replace Bahati's P.A with Poze. This made Bahati to react online saying that he has forgiven the person who did that.
The above photoshop image of Poze excited Bahati and he went ahead and posted another photo in which he has been photoshopped as a lady.
The above photos have attracted mixed reactions form internet users. See reactions below:
What do you think about the Bahati and Poze's photoshopped images? Share you views in the comments section.
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