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Paypigs revolt after glitch reveals “cute goddess”‘ real face — and age "Her Royal Highness" Qiao Biluo's false online representation tricked Chinese men out of oodles of cash, and now they're trying to charge it back.

Chinese paypigs are revolting after a popular female vlogger/livestreamer got tripped up by a glitch and fans learned her beauty filter had done more than merely enhancing existing qualities.

The glitch happened on a July 25 DouYu stream, a Chinese game-centric livestreaming platform. The livestreamer, who goes by “Her Royal Highness Qiao Biluo” (乔碧罗殿下) to her 135,000 adoring fans, had covered her face with an anime picture while chatting with a cohost. At some point the computer dropped the superimposed picture and everyone was shocked to see her real face.

Turns out Her Royal Highness — the “cute goddess” — is actually a 58 year old woman.

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Qiao reportedly didn’t notice the accidental reveal until investigating why all the paypigs in her pay-for-access VIP room started leaving en masse. They also started unsubscribing in huge numbers and charging back the many donations sent her way.

Livestreaming is massive in China, and much of the highly lucrative industry consists of female streamers willing to do anything to stand out and reap the monetary benefits of a fanbase of horny virgins.

With all that money sloshing around, Qiao is of course only the most recent — and extreme — example of a wider phenomenon. South China Morning Post has made a video showing the various tricks Chinese streamers use to appear as young and cutesy as possible.

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Leave it to the chinese to take up the catfishing game to the next level.
It’s scary how far they take these thing, and when I say scary, I mean… “alien-ish uncanny” type of “scary”, I’ve seen some of those documentaries and videos here and there where asians pay a hefty amount of money to go through a ridiculous amount of surgeries in order to look north european/scandinavian white, but those are an exclusivity to the wealthy, these digital filters? Anyone with enough tech-savvyness can potentially pull it off, like that slanted she-blob.
Wonder how many western e-sluts are hiding behind some miraculous filter milking their own paypigs dry out of money.