Bill Gates' Doppelganger Has People Questioning the Man Behind the Mask

Bill Gates' Doppelganger Has People Questioning the Man Behind the Mask

- A man who looks like Bill Gates has caused quite a stir on social media as he 'pretended' to be the Microsoft founder

- The man was wearing a face mask and the person making the video called out to "Bill Gates", to which he answered

- While some believe that the man in the video was in fact Bill Gates, others said he wasn't the one

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A man has gotten social media talking with his resemblance with the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates. In a video that was shared by Tunde Ednut, the man could be seen in a restaurant dressed in a shirt and trousers while wearing a face mask and glasses.

The person recording the video saw the supposed Bill Gates and started wondering if it was indeed the Microsoft founder or somebody else.

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Bill Gates disguising? Reactions as man on face mask has people wondering if he's the Microsoft founder
The man had people wondering if he was Bill Gates or not. Photo credit: @kingtundeednut
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He can be heard calling out "Bill Gates" and the man on face mask answers but then looks embarrassed and continues walking.

Reacting to the video, @kingtundeednut wrote:

"Wait! Do you think that’s Bill Gates?"

Reacting, @30bgnurse wrote:

"Nope! That's not him looks like him but nah."

@pappythrill commented:

"He is heading towards the Gate to avoid the Bill..."

@yetundebakare said:

"I’m sure that’s not Bill Gates joor, the man is feeling embarrassed..."

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In other news about the billionaire, Bill and Melinda Gates were reported to have parted ways after 27 years of marriage and their divorce will be the largest division of assets since the split of Amazon chief executive officer Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie in 2019.

The Gates are worth an estimated $130 billion. They have properties in five states, several cars, including a Porsche that is worth $2 million, an art collection that includes a $30 million copy of the Da Vinci Codex and a fleet of private jets.

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