The singer has been scaring the audience with his face for several months, but this is only part of his show.
The Weeknd singer, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, continues to shock fans. Recently, he posted on Instagram his selfie with a facial prosthesis, on which he looks like a victim of an unsuccessful plastic surgery – with dilated cheekbones and pouting lips.
Most of the singer’s fans know that in this way Abel makes fun of the fashion for plastic surgery and “beauty injections”, but there are those who took the artist’s joke for the truth. “I hope this is fake. Otherwise – goodbye “,” God, this looks scary “,” Pretty Squidward “,” Like a bicycle seat in his face, lol “,” Bro, what are you doing? “,” Are you still kidding or should we worry ? ” – fans write in the comments of The Weeknd.
Tesfaye began to appear in public with a bandaged face back in November last year. For some time he kept the intrigue, and in January he released a video for the song Save Your Tears, in which he showed his face allegedly after plastic surgery. At the recent Super Bowl, the singer again turned to this image. He himself was in normal form, but his dancers had bandaged faces.
In an interview with Variety, the artist explained that this is all makeup and part of the show. “These headbands reflect the absurd culture of Hollywood celebrities and other people who are willing to do anything for the approval of others,” said Tesfaye.
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Author: Yana Shelekhova