For the past week, social media has been flooded with thousands of photos of wrinkly and saggy-skinned people, which has only made others want to join in on the trend. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, which rock have you been living under?
The most popular thing you see on the Internet right now is people using the app called FaceApp, which allows you to either take a selfie or upload an existing photo on the app, which magically transforms you into an old person with its aging filter.
It even has options for making you look younger among many others , including changing your hairstyle and even changing your smile. I must say, these special effects are actually super realistic – provided you use the right kind of photo – which is why it has become so popular.
And since this has become such an in-thing, we were curious to see how some of Malaysia’s Members of Parliament would look like with some of these filters.
The results are so realistic!
1. Khairy Jamaluddin
2. Syed Saddiq
3. Mohamed Azmin Ali
4. Lim Guan Eng
5. Anwar Ibrahim
6. Yeo Bee Yin
7. Hannah Yeoh
8. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
9. Gobind Singh
10. Teresa Kok
11. Najib Razak
12. Bonus photo: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad
Looks legit right?
Did we just teleport into the future? I guess we know what to expect about 10 years from now.
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