Robert Rushing is on board with FaceApp according to his latest post. He shared a photo of himself and his lady Toya Wright using the age filter and fans are laughing their hearts out.
Check out his pic below, and you will totally understand why it’s so funny.
‘This man is so petty.😩🤣🤣😩’ Toya captioned the photo that she shared.
Somoene told her, ‘Marry that man❤️ all us trust him which means if he break yo heart all us got yo back!!! Go tie that man DOWN! that’s a good man! Reign is a baby made out of love! GO LOCK THAT FAMILY IN!’
Another follower wrote: ‘It’s sad how us women get hurt so bad we be scared for a real one to love us fully.’
Somoene else said: ‘but what’s beautiful is he said #StillTogether . so no matter what, he ain’t going nowhere. #INeedARed’
Another fan posted: ‘Damn he put you on spot like that sis, you better show him New Orleans people ain’t never scared 😂😂😂😂 but marry him already.’
One commenter had the same advice for Toya: ‘Marry that man! You have every right to be scared because of your past but don’t push him away cause ppl get tired of waiting, go be happy we like him sis 😩 and you seem very very genuinely happy with him 💕💕💕’
More celebrities are using the age filter, and they keep posting pics of themselves looking old.
All social media is flooded with old people’s pics and Porsha Williams, and Rasheeda Frost are riding this wave as well.
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TSR Staff: Thembi! @ThembiTV_ _____________________________________ #TSRTech: Whew chillaayy! Let me find out this app may be a whole scam! The FaceApp app has had all of our timelines looking like Life Alert lately, with everyone trying to see what their ‘aged’ selves look like. _____________________________________ There are now reports that claim that the digital app created in 2017 at Wireless Lab in St. Petersburg Russia, gives the developers—and possibly even hackers—access to your personal information. _____________________________________ The app’s terms and conditions allegedly include that they have the right to modify, reproduce, and publish the images you create through their app. _____________________________________ The @NewYorkPost reports that this means “They can also use your real name, your username or “any likeness provided” in any format without notifying, much less paying, you. They can retain that material as long as they want, even after you–click the link in our bio to read more
On the other hand, this FaceApp is pretty problematic and The Shade Room reported more details on this situation.
‘The app’s terms and conditions allegedly include that they have the right to modify, reproduce, and publish the images you create through their app,’ TSR writes.