Karol G’s criticism of Jamie Lee Curtis’ GQ Mexico cover, which the Colombian actor claims was photoshopped, is being praised by Jamie Lee Curtis.
On Thursday, April 6, Karol G posted on Instagram with a selfie and the caption, “Today my GQ magazine cover was made public, a cover with an image that does not represent me. “My physique doesn’t look like that, and neither does my face. I feel quite content and at ease with the way I naturally appear. Even though I am aware of the potential consequences, I still feel that this disrespects not only myself but also the women who wake up trying to feel confident about themselves despite societal preconceptions.
In order to engage her followers in the discussion, Curtis posted the magazine cover and the singer’s remarks on her own Instagram account on Sunday.
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I’m thrilled that @karolg is raising awareness of a problem that has long bothered me, said Curtis. “Humans are what we are. This genocide against the naturally beautiful is frightening and has to be discussed because we are not artificial intelligence.
The actor from Everything Everywhere All at Once continued, “I’m extremely thrilled that a younger person is joining the chorus of criticism. Myself, Justine Bateman, and Andie MacDowell have been vocal about this problem previously. In order for you to buy their bulls—, the cosmeceutical industrial complex wants you to gaze in the mirror and despise yourself.
Maana Será Bonito by Karol G, a groundbreaking album, arrived at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last month. It became her first chart-topping album and the first time a woman’s album in complete Spanish had ever reached the top spot.
View the post by Jamie Lee Curtis below.