Japanese Teen Wins ‘Super Boy’ Contest For Being Incredibly Beautiful

Meet Baku Idegami, a 15-year-old boy from Shimane Prefecture, Japan, who is making jaws drop thanks to his stunning looks and style.

Baku is one of many contestants who participated in Junon’s 31st Super Boy Contest – 16,923, to be precise, according to SoraNews24. He managed to beat tens of thousands of other contestants and made it to the top 13 finalists who competed in the Grand Prix.

The 15-year-old boy is also an avid Twitter user. He often posts pictures of himself online and shares them among his 3,900 followers.

A boy more feminine than the average first year high school girl. Winner of the DD Self Propose prize,” writes Baku in his Twitter bio, as translated by SoraNews24.

Twitter users wrote about the teen:

“He’s cuter than most girls.”

“Yup, no matter how you look at him, he definitely looks like a girl.”

“This kind of beautiful boy is a momentary sparkle, so he’s very precious.”

While most netizens seem to be responding positively, there are still those who criticize him for “pretending” to be a girl. Luckily, Baku addressed this in a Twitter post. He says his mother told him he’s “fine just the way he is” after he tried to fit in with other boys. Apparently, he was called out as “creepy” when some of them found out that he likes dolls more than soccer.

Soon after, he took his mother’s advice to heart and embraced who he is by changing the way he dresses, speaks, and moves. He also aspires to become a beautician some day, and while he did not win Junon’s Super Boy Contest Grand Prix, his performance surely will show his qualifications.

Featured image via Twitter / i_baku2020

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