The issue surrounding the spread of an NSFW video featuring a man who allegedly looks like Ustaz Ebit Lew has been a hot topic of conversation among netizens over the past few weeks.
Recently, a social media user known as Aziz Ramli revealed that he did some research on the video. In this case, he’s convinced that the video had been photoshopped using Deepfake.
Aziz wrote, “I’m sorry, I have no intention of messing up the situation. I can see that so many people in this group strongly believe that the guy in the indecent video is Ustaz Ebit. You know what? Before you keep up on the latest updates on the victims, the lewd WhatsApp conversation, and all the ‘sumpah laknat’ videos, you need to properly research the viral clip first. I guarantee and am 100% sure that the video is fake and defamatory.”
On top of that, the individual shared that he had enlisted the help of a friend of him, who (according to him) is more knowledgeable in the editing field to study the video. Aziz revealed to his followers on FB, “I also contacted my friend from Pakistan, who is majoring in video editing. He himself said that it looks like a Deepfake video.”
“So why is it Deepfake?” the netizen questioned, before clarifying, “Feel free to refer to the photos that I shared below. I’m not adding things up, but this is an effort made using the mind that God has given me.”
Aziz further claimed that even facilitator and crime analyst in Malaysia, Kamal Affendi, did not mention during his previous interview that the controversial video had been photoshopped. For those who are curious, check out the evidence found by this individual based on his “research”:
What do you guys think about the latest revelation? Is the mole supposed to be an indication that it’s deepfake?