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Aubrey O’Day Reacts to Allegation She Photoshops Herself Into Vacation Pics

Aubrey O’Day Reacts to Allegation She Photoshops Herself Into Vacation Pics



keeping her “art” in place. When a social media user accused Aubrey O’Day of using Photoshop to alter her vacation photos, she didn’t hold back.

The former member of Danity Kane, 38, captioned an edited photo of herself with Jesus on Instagram on Sunday, August 21. “Not that I need to explain myself, but I’ve been in this industry for nearly 20 years and have been traveling the world since I was 7,” she wrote. “That’s what the f-k is going to happen if I want my Instagram to be curated like a museum of ART,” the user wrote. I’m a REAL maker; I’m an artist.

O’Day acknowledged in the lengthy essay how much effort goes into producing her content. She continued, “I do everything of my creative work, from my songs to my movies. “Everything from my hair, makeup, nails, styling, backdrops, editing, and filming is difficult, especially since I travel alone and the weather isn’t always ideal. I don’t require air transportation.

Not all of the singer’s travel experiences are simple to record. Let alone the fact that many of the images I send you guys are in locations that require hours of mountain climbing, she continued. Respect my aesthetic; I work hard to give you lovely stuff that vibrates as high as the places I visit because I want you to do the same.

O’Day addressed the person who questioned the veracity of her images as she wrapped up her remarks.

She said, “Lil tok girl, I’m really sorry to your workplace for letting you sit on my page all day with binoculars. “But I urge you learn this lesson quickly: you can make positive changes just by using your own gifts. Stop looking left and right if you want to move forward. You don’t even need to concentrate on others to be your own version of exceptional and vital in this world.

The native Californian received a flood of encouragement from her followers in the comments area. “I’ve always considered your pictures to be works of art. You express yourself in that way. And that’s the way it ought to be. Your page is this. One follower said, “Do whatever the f you want with that.

When O’Day is abroad, she posts live video, a second commentator said, adding, “We all genuinely saw recordings of you there that you posted and you were also tagged in. Just disregard them when people don’t make sense, the fan continued.

Soon after a since-deleted TikTok video compared the performer’s vacation photos to stock photos and the work of other content producers, O’Day posted a statement on social media.