Meghan Trainor, famous pop singer and Grammy winner, said to her fans on SnapChat that she was taking down her newest clip, Me Too. Because it was not the final product she expected or approved.
She seemed absolutely offended with the edition made on the video. Meghan explained that, without her knowledge, someone altered the final product in order to make her look skinnier and teeny.
In the content shared with the fans, she said that it was an embarrassing situation. Since the video went live on the internet without being the product she meant to shared with the world.
Who’s to blame?
People who checked the message from Meghan on the social network started to accuse Trainor’s team. Most fans believed the video was released heavily edited by the producers of the singer. However, the artist defended her team by saying they were “the best”.
The response was mostly against Photoshop and edition in general. Meghan reminded that her first album was precisely an anthem against editing people’s appearence.
“I hate people who edit and Photoshop” was the claiming from the pop singer Meghan Trainor.
Me Too video clip
The clip is based on a journey around Los Angeles, wearing a lot of jewerly but in a safari onesie. The music video is more goofy than other videos by Trainor, because the main goal of the storyline was to entertain fans by transforming a celebrity into a standard but crazy girl.
The song is part of the second LP named Thank You, that is going to be released on May 13th.
More about Meghan
Born and raised in Massachusetts, the singer started at the age of 15 in the show business. Her musical style is mostly influenced by the 1950s, both in music itself and in aesthetic. Body image and self-consciusness are usual topics on her songwriting, and empowering women is one of the main goals of Trainors. She won Best New Artist on 2016 in the Grammy Awards and also won two prizes in the Billboard Music Awards.
Source: Rolling Stone