Haibo: Gender swap app used on SA politicians, Mzansi can't deal

Haibo: Gender swap app used on SA politicians, Mzansi can't deal

- A social media user, @girl_kaybee, posted a couple of hilarious photos online this week

- She shared altered photos of Trevor Noah, Jacob Zuma, Julius Malema and President Cyril Ramaphosa

- The photos were changed using a gender swap app, showing Mzansi what the mentioned men would look like as women

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Technology is really giving people too much power. A South African used her time to alter a couple of photos of Julius Malema, Jacob Zuma, Trevor Noah and President Cyril Ramaphosa.

The person used a gender swap app that gives men an idea of how they would look as women and vice versa. A social media user, @girl_kaybee, posted altered photos of uBaba, Juju, Ramaphosa and Trevor Noah on Twitter earlier this week.

She captioned the post:

"They're beautiful though."

Take a look at the photo below:

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In another post, @girl_kaybee gave the female versions of Zuma, Malema, Ramaphosa and Trevor Noah names.

She wrote:

"Trevline Noah, Jacobeth Zuma, Celine Ramaphosa and Juliet Malema."
Haibo: Gender swap app used on SA politicians, Mzansi can't deal

Photo credit: @girl_kaybee/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

South Africans could not contain their laughter over the female versions of some of our most notable male politicians.

Twitter user, @bandile_mali, commented:

"Juliet Malema looks cute though."

Another tweep, @Elliot_tau948, added:

"Sis Juliet takes the trophy."

Social media user, @preshalixious, wrote:

"As for Juju, smashable."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported someone used an aging app on Itu Khune and the footballer found the result hilarious.

Taking to social media, Khune posted a photo of the altered image and captioned it:

"I like the creativity behind this."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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