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"Did you have facial surgery?": Yair Netanyahu uploaded a photo and the internet is raging - voila! Celebs

2023-05-21T08:38:43.748Z

Highlights: Yair Netanyahu, the son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has been overseas in recent weeks. He has been absent from social media and his Twitter account has gone silent. On Sunday, he uploaded a new photo to his Instagram account. His followers noticed an external change in the young Netanyahu's face, and spared no questions and criticism. "Did you have facial surgery? A 360 degree change!" wrote one, while another wrote, "Is that you?! I didn't recognize you!" and there was also "Looks like your double!"


The son of the prime minister, who has been overseas in recent weeks and underwent a detox from social media, uploaded a new photo to his Instagram account


Hey Boy what do you have to tell me? Yair Netanyahu (Photo: screenshot, Instagram)

In recent weeks,Yair Netanyahu, the son of Prime MinisterBenjamin Netanyahu, has been overseas. Aside from his physical absence, it is evident that he has been cleared from social media and his Twitter account has gone silent. The same happened with his Instagram account, but today (Sunday) he uploaded a new photo and the surfers are not relaxed.

Several followers noticed an external change in the young Netanyahu's face, and spared no questions and criticism: "Did you have facial surgery? A 360 degree change!" wrote one, while another wrote, "Is that you?! I didn't recognize you!" and there was also "Looks like your double!"

Voila! Celebs can't go near ovens for fear of their nose melting, but it's worth the result.

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Source: walla

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