On Thursday, the Colombian singer used Instagram to discuss her most recent GQ magazine cover, disclosing that the photo underwent several retouches.
Natural beauty is what Karol G is all about. The 32-year-old Colombian singer opened out about her new GQ magazine cover on Instagram on Thursday, saying that the photo underwent several retouches that she didn’t like.
She adds in the description of her images, which includes a bear-faced selfie and the modified cover shot, “My face does not look like this, my physique does not look like that, and I feel extremely pleased and comfortable with how I appear naturally.”
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She said in the caption of the post, “Despite making my displeasure with the number of edits they made to the photo plain, they didn’t do anything about it, as if to seem nice, I required all those alterations.
The “Provenza” singer says she was excited to learn she would be the publication’s cover star, but she also says she felt humiliated by the experience because the cover does not really reflect who she is.
At the end of the essay, she stated, “I realize the consequences this can have, but beyond feeling it’s insulting to me, it’s disrespectful to women who get up trying to feel comfortable with themselves despite society’s prejudices.
The singer speaks to the media about reclaiming her position as a female reggaeton artist and standing up for her community before starting her 2021 Bichota Tour.
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She asserted that all Latinos, including herself, “simply have something inside that makes us incredibly hard workers.” We search for opportunities in locations where none exist.
“We are now striving to secure our venues. Nonetheless, we are here. We now enjoy their regard. People are familiar with us and our tale, “Said her. “I’m overjoyed simply to represent that area and, if I can, to motivate others. The most significant factor is that.”