Meghan Trainor cans her own single after photo-manipulation discovery
Pop star Meghan Trainor has demanded the removal of her own YouTube video for her new single 'Me Too' after she seemingly discovered producers had manipulated her, making her waist appear smaller in post production.
With lyrics such as "I see the magazines working that Photoshop, we know that ain't real, come on now make it stop,” Traynor seemingly took a stance against her own new single after it emerged she’d been altered in Photoshop.
She made the announcement on Snapchat claiming she was “so sick of it, I'm over it. So I took it down until they fix it".
The singer, who’s hit ‘All About that Bass’ thematically discusses accepting your shape and championing body-positive attitudes exclaimed: "They photoshopped the crap out of me".
An amended version of the video is allegedly in the works and will return to streaming sites soon.