A ‘youthful’ Japanese female motorcyclist (pictured) gained a huge following on social media – but not all is what it seems
A ‘youthful’ Japanese ‘female’ motorcyclist who was exposed as a 50-year-old man with long luscious hair has attracted more followers on social media, despite making fun of everyone after editing his photos to make him look ‘beautiful’ to show off.
Yasuo Nakajima, a divorced father of three from Ibaraki, northeast Tokyo, has set one of the greatest catfish moments of all time by posing as a young woman known as ‘Soya no Sohi’ who shares daily updates about her . obsession with motorcycles.
Go under the username @AmsterdamArt on Twitter, the man uploaded photos of himself as the female motorcycle enthusiast with flawless skin tone and a seemingly perfect smile after editing his images via FaceApp.
Since setting up the profile, Yasuo has developed the The Washington Post He was stunned to see what women really endured on social media after being bombarded with unwanted messages from men who wanted to join Soya on her next motorcycle ride.
The ‘beautiful’ motorcyclist was exposed as a 50-year-old man with long luscious hair
The man used photo editing apps like FaceApp to change his face, making him look like a ‘younger beautiful woman’ because he believed no one wanted to see an old ‘uncle’
Yasuo Nakajima (pictured) got the ultimate catfish for posing as a woman known as ‘Soya no Sohi’ who shares daily updates on her motorbike obsession
His secret identity was discovered after eagle-eyed fans suspected something was off when a mirror reflection in one of the snaps revealed a different face.
A Japanese entertainment TV show managed to track down the creator of the Twitter feed and found that there was always a middle-aged man behind the photos.
The father said he created the fake account posing as a female motorcyclist in 2019 after his personal page attracted just six followers.
He came across the photo editing app when he saw his kids – one in college and the other two in high school – were playing with it.
And so the dad – who has been motorcycle racing and repairing since his teens – came up with @azusagakuyuki – simply by using a mix of his children’s names.
Under the username @azusagakuyuki on Twitter, the man uploaded photos of himself as a motorcycle enthusiast with flawless skin tone and a seemingly perfect smile after editing his images via FaceApp
Yasuo said he’s a ‘straight man’ but joked that the only love he has in life is his motorcycles
Yasuo – a former competitive bodybuilder – said he is a ‘straight man’ but joked that the only love he has in his life is his motorcycles.
As ‘her’ following grew, Yasuo said he only wanted to share his love for motorcycles and decided to do so by posing as a ‘younger beautiful woman’ because he believed no one wanted to see an old man.
‘The only thing I make is actually my appearance. Everything else is me, ”Yasuo told The Washington Post, adding,“ I’m having the best time of my life. ‘
Despite raiding his followers, Yasuo said that most of the responses he received after exposing himself were nothing but positive.
“They said,” It’s okay. It doesn’t really matter what gender you are … We just support you because we like your tweets, because you’re interesting, “he said.
His Twitter page features hundreds of picturesque photos of a beautiful girl, often dressed in a motorcycle jacket or posing with Yamaha motorcycles.
“When I compare how I feel when I started tweeting as a woman and now, I feel like I am gradually drawn to this persona… this fantasy world that I have created,” he said.
Earlier this year, a Japanese entertainment TV show managed to track down the female motorcyclist to find out the truth after her followers began to suspect that something wasn’t right.
Viewers were shocked to discover a middle-aged man behind the photos after taking off his bicycle helmet to reveal his identity in what has been described as the ‘ultimate catfish’.
The Japanese rider has gained a huge following for documenting photos of ‘himself’ wearing a motorcycle jacket or posing with Yamaha motorcycles
Her fan base started to notice unusual things in the photos – including a ‘manly looking hairy arm’ (pictured)
Earlier this year, the dad revealed that he turned to the face-changing app because he wanted to gain popularity on social media and increase the engagement of his posts.
He said he used photo editing apps like FaceApp to make himself look like a youthful woman because he believed no one wanted to see an old ‘uncle’.
The image of the beautiful girl earned him a legion of fans, and some even assumed that the girl in the pictures simply edited her photos to make herself ‘more beautiful’.
But her fan base began to notice unusual things in the photos, including a ‘manly-looking hairy arm’ and a mirror reflection showing a man’s facial features.
The man said he turned to the face-changing app because he wanted to gain popularity on social media and increase the engagement of his posts.
The man said he used photo editing apps to change his face, making him look like a ‘younger beautiful woman’ because he believed no one wanted to see an old ‘uncle’
The man said he turned to the face-changing app to turn himself into a ‘beautiful’ woman because he wanted to gain popularity on social media
‘Her’ fans began to notice unusual things in the photos, including a mirror reflection (top right) showing a man’s facial features
People zoomed in on the bicycle snap to find a man’s facial features in the mirror reflection
Using a filter behind all of his photos, he gained a legion of fans, and some even assumed that the ‘girl’ simply edited ‘her’ photos to make herself ‘more beautiful’.
His impressive editorial skills have led to thousands of likes and hundreds of retweets on his posts.
He told the TV show that he felt like he was becoming an ‘online celebrity’.
Ironically, it was the revelation of his identity that really went viral, with thousands of ‘impressed’ people saying he had done ‘a great job’ turning himself into ‘such a cute girl’.
“His hair is so luscious it’s worth the clickbait,” one man joked.
Many women joked ‘this guy looks nicer than me’, while others describe the catfish as ‘next level’.
And everyone believed it. That’s the best catfish ever, ‘someone wrote.
Meanwhile, dozens said they will “never trust anything” they see on social media, with one joke, “My trust issues have improved.”