Video Stirs Emotions as Man Transforms to Michael Jackson Using Makeup, Many Gasp: “It Was the Eyes for Me”
- Netizens admired a young man online in a video of him applying makeup to appear like Michael Jackson
- The man lined his eyes like the late pop star, drew fake edges using dye and wore a wig
- Many claimed they could not differentiate whether the man was a fake after he used his cosmetics to transform into the late pop icon
A video of an internet user who decided to recreate the exact looks of the late American pop star, Michael Jackson, has gone viral online.
The man started by shaving off all his beard before he moved on to strategically apply some makeup that entirely changed his look.
After that, he dyed the edges of his bald head before putting on a wig that perfectly transformed him into Michael Jackson.
Watch the video below:
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Internet users react
Many were stunned and could not find any fault in the man's transformation. Legit.ng gathered some of the reactions below:
"It was the eyes for me… got MJ eyes… he straight pulled a Billie Jean… good job!!"
"That made me audibly gasp! Amazing."
"Would this be considered black face since technically… you know."
"Time out he gotta explain why he did his hairline like that."
"I already saw it before he even put all of the extras on.. shocking resemblance..."
"As soon as he did the eyeliner I said MJ. He is good."
"So you’re saying White Mike could have been anyone…..got it ✅"
Moment son in the UK prostrated to mum
A Nigerian mother in the UK known as Hameerah Giwa-Razaq on TikTok showed the moment her son prostrated for her.
In the clip she shared, the kid and his sibling returned from school and were rushing in, with the mother holding the door open.
Before the kid ran past his mother, he went down on all fours and greeted her in a way that reflected the Yoruba culture of respect.
People thanked the mother for teaching her children the culture even while they were not in Nigeria. The video gained tens of comments with more than 300,000 views.