- The man known as The Cleaner is wowing Mzansi on social media over his superb photograph editing and 'cleaning' skills
- @RealMrumaDrive says he was asked by a woman to remove a distracting object in one of her photos and the end result is seriously impressive
- The man is now receiving all the praise for his abilities and Briefly News selects a few reactions from Twitter users
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Known as The Cleaner on social media circles, Rumani has done it again after helping a young woman with her photograph. @RealMrumaDrive says he was asked to clean the photo and remove the offending object.
It seems the woman’s picture was being spoiled by a tripod as she posed for the image and it really messed it up. However, the social media user had a trick up his sleeve.
The post reads:
“There is no other professor but me, lana ku Twitter.”
“Now we can safely deny pictures of us cheating.”
“I thought maybe you are going to remove tripod and her shadow and leave the tripod shadow alone.”
“Even the shadow is gone.”
“Yasaz ispan sakho shem.”
“I wish I heard money so you give me lectures on how to do this.”
“Yazi I love your job I will ask you to make a picture with me and my father who passed while my mother was pregnant with me.”
“Rumani uyi scam wena mfondini.”
"Legend this one": The Cleaner wows Mzansi with his latest Photoshop edit
In a related article, Briefly News reported that Rumani, who is also known as The Cleaner, is quickly becoming the got to guy for quick Photoshop fixes - that is if he isn't taking it upon himself to "fix" snaps himself. Well, he once again headed online and executed the perfect fix.
It all started when @Liznku asked him to please remove a fly from her forehead that had parked himself there while she was busy with a selfie session.
Not only did the cleaner remove the fly, but he also shared a series of snaps of how the job was done - hilariously with a fly swatter.
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Source: Briefly News