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Malaysian ‘Anime Character’ Offered K-Pop Contract, Friend Exposes His ‘True’ Face

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Amirul Rizwan a.k.a. Miyyo Rizone recently went viral because he looks like he’s straight out of a Japanese anime.

Malaysians have been in awe of his unique looks and have gawked at his selfies posted on Instagram.

Malaysia's Real-Life 'Anime Character' Upset Over Negative Comments About His Appearance - World Of Buzz

Source: Instagram

In fact, his popularity shot up so high that he apparently received an offer to join a K-Pop company!



Kelantanese man looks Korean, gets offered a K-pop contract? - World Of Buzz 7

Source: Facebook

He had done an interview with the company via Skype, which he obviously passed, but he has yet to accept the offer.

“I was singing Adele’s ‘A Million Years’ in my audition. They were amazed by my singing and loved my face.”

“I really need to think about it, because I’ll be so far away from my family. Plus, to be a K-pop artist requires high discipline and commitment.”

However, fame will always fetch a heavy price. Many haters flooded Miyyo’s page and condemned him with multiple jabs at his looks.

Miyyo was of course open about his plastic surgery procedures, which were designed to look like his favourite Japanese video game character, Squall Leonheart from Final Fantasy 8.

One netizen called Bella Barbie also decided to expose Miyyo by spreading unedited pictures of him revealing his ‘real’ face.

Malaysian Anime Guy Offered KPOP Contract While Netizens Expose His 'True' Face - World Of Buzz 3

Source: Facebook

Malaysian Anime Guy Offered KPOP Contract While Netizens Expose His 'True' Face - World Of Buzz

Source: Facebook

In her viral Facebook post, she wrote, “I would like to expose the truth about the guy who looks like an anime character. He does not exist. One of the lies that Miyyo Rizone has spread is his own name.”



“His real name is Muhammad Syahrizal Ikhwan Bin Musa and not Amirul Rizwan as he admitted during his interview with a local radio station.”

“As we all know, Miyyo refuses to do live interviews with any media outlet because his online appearance and his actual appearance are very different.”

“Miyyo uses Camera360 and a Beauty Plus app, which help make his face look like an anime character.”

“I just want to expose this lie to correct people’s perspectives,” she concluded.

Malaysian Anime Guy Offered KPOP Contract While Netizens Expose His 'True' Face - World Of Buzz 1

Source: Facebook

Malaysian Anime Guy Offered KPOP Contract While Netizens Expose His 'True' Face - World Of Buzz 2

Source: Facebook

It turns out that Bella Barbie was supposedly good friends with Miyyo! Talk about a stab in the back!

After her post went viral online, many people flooded Miyyo’s Instagram page, calling him fake. Even mStar covered the issue but Miyyo was quick to react.

To argue that he wasn’t a fake as what Bella and many people claimed, Miyyo posted a video of himself to prove that it isn’t all Photoshop.

Source: Instagram



In his Instagram video’s caption, Miyyo said that he plans to take action against those who slander him.

Which do you guys think is Miyyo’s real face?

Also read: Malaysia’s Real-life ‘Anime Character’ Pleads Public to Stop Criticising His Looks

Malaysia's Real-Life 'Anime Character' Upset Over Negative Comments About His Appearance - World Of Buzz 4

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