Meghan Trainor is not all about that Photoshopping.
Fans were delighted to watch the singer’s music video for “Me Too” early Monday morning. But once Meghan herself saw the finished product, she immediately wanted it removed from her official accounts.
“Hey guys, I took down the ‘Me Too’ music video because they Photoshopped the crap out of me and I’m so sick of it and I’m over it,” she explained in one of several Snapchats. “So I took it down until they fix it.”
She continued, “My waist is not that teeny. I had a bomb waist that night. I don’t know why they didn’t like my waist but I didn’t approve of that video and it went out for the world so I’m embarrassed.”
So who’s to blame for this possible video malfunction?
Some fans began to speculate that it was Meghan’s very own team when she wrote on Snapchat, “When ur team f–ks up so bad.”
She would later clarify, “Not my team. My team is the best. I don’t hate my team. I hate people who edit and Photoshop. I have an anthem about it. Check it out. It’s called ‘All About That Bass’ off that first album.” And yes, that’s the disc that helped her win Best New Artist at the 2016 Grammys.
Ultimately, Meghan remains focused on supporting her new album available May 13. The disc titled Thank You features the hit single “No.”
And yes, fans will be able to hear the sounds when she hits the road this summer including a stop at this weekend’s Wango Tango presented by 102.7 KIISFM.
As for the buzzworthy “Me Too” music video, Meghan still remains fulfilled with the song. She just wishes the video turned out differently before it was made public.
“The video is still one of my favorite videos I’ve ever done. I’m very proud of it,” she confessed on Snapchat. “I’m just pissed off that they broke my ribs. You know?”