The catfish trend is prevalent on social media and doesn't seem to stop right away.
Kenidi McCray jumped at the chance to join the trend of TikTok and showed some extreme results.
Her video was capped with "I really caught him."
She shows off her fascinating make-up, saying "what my boyfriend will receive with a 0.07% chance".
But Kenidi says her reality is very different from her sensational appearance.
Next, the video jumps to Kenidi in a baggy oversized dress with no makeup and her hair messed up.
Kenidi is almost unrecognizable. Many of her followers claim that her fascinating photo is a completely different person.
Her video made TikTok enthusiastic and many people sought the truth. That's why Kenidi planned to offer it to them.
Her favorite comment on her post is, "This isn't the same person," she said.
She replied: "This can't be the same. It's not a chance.
" Tutorial is coming tomo (tomorrow) !! "
But it was they who were shocked by Kenidi's revelation. It wasn't just.
Second post: "I don't believe this is the same person "
Another person said: And I was like you wouldn't take me anywhere in preparation.
One user commented:
Kenidi replied: "Magic."
Her videos have been watched over 3 million times and accumulated over 604,800 times.
In response to some of the viewers who refused to believe in Kenidi's make-up magic, she recorded a live stream to prove that the denialists were wrong.
Some people believe in the magic of Kenidi's makeup. She found it difficult, but she enjoyed it as she counterattacked Troll, who refused to believe she was the same person. And she sometimes admits that she even surprised herself.
Many of her followers were intrigued by her skills and urged Kenidi to share her tips and tricks to perfect her "catfish" look.
One person said, "I'm going to see this magical show."
Another person wrote: "I also want a live show. I really need a tutorial."
Kenidi remains open and honest about her opposite appearance, but some people still see how her skills make her another. I can't understand what I changed to.
This story originally appeared in Sun and was reproduced here with permission.