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‘Lovely’ Feminine Biker Was Really 50-12 months-Outdated Dad Utilizing FaceApp


A younger feminine Japanese biker named Soya no Sohi attracted 1000’s of followers on Twitter over the previous yr by posting selfies on her travels via northern Japan. It seems she was truly a 50-year-old dad utilizing FaceApp on his iPhone.

Yasuo Nakajima began his Twitter account, @azusagakuyuki, again in early 2019, and he managed to realize a following by publishing the adventures of Soya, a beautiful feminine biker who completely beloved each bikes and journey.



Nakajima’s curious on-line “catfishing” façade began to come back down again in February when he shared this indoor photograph of his bike. What some followers instantly noticed was the reflection of an individual within the bike’s rear-view mirror that appeared nothing just like the engaging biker they thought they have been following.

The photograph that was printed (left) and a crop exhibiting the reflection seen within the bike’s proper rear view mirror (proper).

Then in March, Nakajima lastly revealed his secret to the world via the favored Japanese selection present Monday Late Present.

Nakajima admitted that he makes use of the favored AI selfie app FaceApp to drastically alter each his age and gender for the social media account, and stated that he determined to create the web persona as a result of he felt nobody would have an interest within the lifetime of a traditional middle-aged man.

After his first few months on Twitter, he had solely attracted lower than 10 followers, and that’s when Nakajima determined to create Soya no Sohi (“Soya’s Blue Ice” in Japanese). Every pretend selfie solely takes a couple of faucets: he units Gender to “Feminine,” Age to “Teen,” and the Impression setting to “Hollywood.”

Along with Soya’s face, Nakajima additionally created a enjoyable and upbeat character via the phrases within the posts.



The stunning twist of Nakajima’s latest revelation has truly made the Twitter account, @azusagakuyuki, much more fashionable — it now boasts over 28,000 followers on the time of this writing, and plenty of followers have informed Nakajima that they fell in love with Soya’s character fairly than her look.

The Washington Post has published the primary worldwide interview with the divorced father of three and former aggressive bodybuilder.


“The one factor I’m creating is, mainly, my look. The whole lot else is me,” Nakajima tells WaPo. “Once you’re younger, you are usually scolded or criticized by older individuals who say you need to do that or you need to do this. However at this age, there’s nobody round to essentially scold me.

“I’m having the very best time of my life.”


Picture credit: Header nonetheless body from Monday Late Present



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