- A young man eagerly DMed @RealMrumaDrive (Rumani) on Twitter to request that his face be photoshopped into a pic with Beyoncè
- @FlowerboyZA messaged Rumani with his bizarre request followed by the picture he chose
- Saffa tweeps found the image as well as the exchange between the two men to be quite hilarious
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Photoshop is a massive trend on social media as many people have been editing photos of themselves and others. One young man messaged 702 presenter, @RealMrumaDrive (Rumani), with a picture of himself that he wanted to be photoshopped into a pic with Beyoncé and Jay-Z.
The young man with the user name @FlowerboyZA messaged Rumani, aka "The Cleaner", saying:
"Eksê brother, put me with the QUEEN herself there."
He then sent Rumani a picture of himself that he wanted in place of Jay-Z's face.
Rumani did not disappoint as he photoshopped the eager young man's face over Jay-Z's. He captioned the tweet with:
"Hi @Beyoncé. Meet Jay X from South Africa."
Saffa tweeps took to his replies section to share their hilarious responses to the peculiar request.
Take a look at the exchange below:
Take a look at some of the responses below:
"Rumani, you will not see Heaven."
"You are giving me nightmares."
@nkwele_ responded with:
"Cut. Cut. Cut... Issa no from me."
"The Rasta of photoshops."
In other stories about hilarious photoshops, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who asked to be added into a picture of a pregnant woman. One man used the photo editing tool to entertain South Africans and he manages to do it on a daily basis.
"@_Hybreed_ Dawg please photoshop me into this picture tuu."
Lesedi did not disappoint and he effortlessly combined the two photos. The self-proclaimed 'Minister of Arts, Culture and Photoshop' shared the final product on his Twitter page. The post gathered over a thousand reactions and South Africans were left laughing out loud.
Twitter user, @Pres98_, commented:
"People should learn to be specific."
Ntuli Mbongiseni, who goes by the Twitter handle @NtuliMbongisen1, added:
"They say ask and you shall receive."
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