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The Controversy Surrounding the Viral Photo of the “Blackest South African Baby”

A photograph of a newborn baby claiming to be the “blackest South African baby in the world” has recently created a frenzy in both foreign and Vietnamese online communities. The authenticity of the baby in the photo has become a heated debate, with some questioning whether it is real or fake.

While many comments expressed genuine interest in the baby, there were also numerous objections suggesting that the baby is merely a product of photoshopping or simply a doll. This debate over the authenticity of the “blackest South African baby in the world” has ignited a global discussion, resulting in several prominent entertainment news sites reporting on the issue and sharing more photos of the baby.

According to Rachfeed’s analysis, it is highly likely that the baby in question is, in fact, a doll. Rachfeed argues, “If you examine closely, you will notice that the baby’s eyes are completely black, with the white appearing to be a reflection of light. There is no actual white present in the eyes. It is improbable for a real baby to have eyes like that. This is a doll, not a child.”

However, the revelation of the truth behind the photo and the identity of the “blackest South African baby in the world” has left many people feeling deceived and taken aback.

The Shocking Truth: The Origins of the “Blackest South African Baby”

The photo, claiming to depict the “blackest South African baby,” actually showcases a doll monkey known as OOAK Baby Orangutan Monkey. OOAK Baby Orangutan Monkey is advertised as a meticulously handcrafted art doll, measuring 20-40cm in length and weighing approximately 1.1kg. It is made from a rubber material that closely resembles real leather. Apart from being used for display and decoration, users can also purchase additional clothing, jewelry, and accessories to dress up the dolls.

This particular monkey doll is being sold on eBay for prices ranging from $99 to $150 (equivalent to approximately 2.1 – 3.5 million VND) per item.

The Shocking Truth: Unveiling the “Blackest South African Baby” Hoax

The photograph that caused a sensation in the online community in recent days was, in fact, a series of images showcasing the doll monkey mentioned earlier, OOAK Baby Orangutan Monkey.

The Shocking Truth: Exposing the Fallacy of the “Blackest South African Baby”

The truth behind the viral photo claiming to feature the “blackest South African baby” reveals that it is, in fact, a doll monkey known as OOAK Baby Orangutan Monkey.

The Shocking Truth: Unmasking the “Blackest South African Baby” Hoax

Recent revelations have exposed the photo circulating as the “blackest South African baby” as nothing more than images of a doll monkey called OOAK Baby Orangutan Monkey.

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