Khanyi Mbau debuts her white Memoji and it has Twitter shook

Khanyi Mbau debuts her white Memoji and it has Twitter shook

Media personality Khanyi Mbau has fallen in love with iOS 12’s new Memoji app but she has received a major backlash from tweeps are she shared a clip of her Memoji.

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The iPhone’s new feature allows users to record vidoes of themselves talking or signing and plays it back to you as a cartoon character, after sharing her video, Khanyi landed in hot water because of the look of her character.

Briefly.co.za learned that Khanyi has been firing back at tweeps who have accused her of bleaching her skin, while she has denied all claims, her fair avatar has reignited the rumours.

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Her Memoji made its first debut early Wednesday morning and with Khanyi formally introducing her cartoon character.

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ZAlebs reports that the beauty has been thoroughly enjoying the app and has posted far more videos following her first one, however her Memoji has not gone down well with tweeps.

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Khanyi was dragged not too long after she posted her first post as tweeps felt that her new avatar looked nothing like her in person.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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