Former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O’Day has been accused of photoshopping herself into pictures of several exotic destinations around the world for a blast of images shared on Instagram.
O’Day describes herself as a “world traveler” in the bio on her behalf Instagram account, that is filled up with eye-catching photos of her such far-flung locales as Bali, Athens, Santorini, Bora Bora and the Maldives.
In captioning each one of the uploads, the musicianwho sometimes appears looking achingly glamorous in the shotsshares philosophical and inspirational words with her army greater than 920,000 followers.
However, on opening all of her latest photos, which are generally associated with videos of the locations, visitors will now visit a blast of comments from social media marketing users asking whether O’Day, 38, has resorted to Photoshop to attain the appearance of dream vacations.
The foundation of the speculation seems to have result from the TikTok account @residualdata, where O’Day has been accused of faking her photos.
“I’ll truly never overcome people photoshopping themselves into random vacation photos,” said the TikTok user. “So here we’ve Aubrey O’Day, double platinum recording artist and world traveler, who apparently continued this vacation around Bali… by simply Photoshopping herself into pictures.
“And it’s really truly, like, each and every picture. I don’t even understand if she visited Indonesia, like, at all.”
The TikTok user continued to surmise that O’Day either uses content “from other content creators or photoshops herself into random promotional images with one of these very inspirational Instagram captions accompanying the photos. Within an era where social comparison is indeed high and contains real effects, why are we achieving this?”
In the clip, O’Day’s uploads were weighed against other images apparently entirely on Google with identical backgrounds.
Quote tweeting the copy of the video, writer and software engineer Gabrielle Alexa Noel wrote: “Not that I was expecting totally chill & normal content from Donald Trump Jr.’s ex, but that is so fweird.”
Freelance culture writer Alexis Oatman was believe it or not damning in her assessment of the allegations as she compared the problem to a recently released film.
“Lol which means this isn’t the plot compared to that movie ‘Not Okay’??????” Oatman commented.
While a bunch of social media marketing users piled directly into share comedic and disparaging assumes the photoshopping allegations, some fans defended O’Day.
“[People] photoshop on a regular basis,” wrote one. “Who [really] cares unless you’re the sort of person to compare yourself. Then that’s more a you problem.”
“And she could exactly like photoshopping herself in various places,” they added. “Could possibly be fun on her behalf, a skill, manifesting.”
Another went so far as to praise Celebrity Apprentice alum O’Day on her behalf purported decision to edit her images.
They opined: Honestly, this is actually the solution to thrive at social media marketing: fake it! Do the minimum efforts and obtain all of the rewards! Aesthetics matter a lot more than authenticity on Instagram.
Newsweek has already reached out to a representative of O’Day for comment.
It isn’t the 1st time that O’Day has weathered criticism on social media marketing, having previously been accused of undergoing cosmetic surgery, though she did admit to getting lip fillers and Botox within an interview with Us Weekly in 2019.
O’Day told the publication that she was “never” bothered by the comments about her, adding: “When I was 17 maybe I believe the worst comment I ever read, and I didn’t read any longer, was, ‘She appears like a vintage leather handbag which has been devote the dryer 15 times.’ That has been among my faves.”
“WHEN I grow older, there’s so much pressure on women to be skinny or even to have tinier bodies and every little inch that I gain I’m so suffering from it, and I’ve reached a location that I’m like, I’m healthy, I don’t take drugs, I barely drink, I exercise each day and Personally i think mentally happy,” she said. “I don’t need anything apart from what I’m doing because it’s doing work for me.”