Netizens Left In Stitches After A Man Rubs 'Photoshoppers' The Wrong Way
By Shepherd01 | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 3068 views
A young man was made a laughing stalk for the better part of yesterday after he engaged a group of photoshop in an abusive text. The group whose main objective is to create laughter did not spare him as they made images of different likes of the same guy. In an exclusive text seen by me, he referred to the group as a bunch of liars and dared them to photoshop him.
Different members did not spare him. " Hold on as we work on you sir" one netizen commented. A few minutes later members couldn't hold their tears to what they saw. Creativity was at its highest."Mtoto akililia wembe mpe" another one commented. After a few minutes his face was likened to a dog and a woman." If you don't apologize, more is coming" the creative maker commented. Below are a few images I managed to gather. Would you like to be photoshopped?
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