She didn't realize her filter was off https://t.co/XfcLZO7Xmy— TAXI (@designtaxi) September 3, 2019
Chinese personality Qiaobiluo Dianxia, who went by the moniker “Your Highness Qiao Biluo,” had garnered over 100,000 followers on social media platform Douyu thanks to her “sweet and healing voice”. The vlogger was also labeled by fans as a “cute goddess.”
The goddess frequently shared pictures showcasing her beautiful and youthful looks on social media. She also promised followers that she would conduct a meet-and-greet session after receiving gifts worth over CN¥100,000 (US$11,950).
However, during one of her livestreams, a technical glitch accidentally unmasked her face. She did not realize her filter was off until viewers had withdrawn their donations and exited her live session.
This incidente caused major conversations among Chinese users about beauty standards. Most commentators said her followers were gullible, superficial and deserved to be "tricked" into parting with their cash gifts without first verifying her identity, others are saying it's good riddance to her for conning people out of their money.
Chinese social networks Have more than 600 million people reading posts and more than 425 million live-streamers, the use of face filters is something that is common across the myriad of social platforms.
She has deactivated her channel, but is now advertising for beauty cameras.
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