Meghan Trainor removes ‘Me Too’ video because it was too Photoshopped

Singer says she was 'embarrassed' by the original clip

Meghan Trainor has taken her new ‘Me Too’ music video offline following claims that the singer had been digitally altered in the clip.

The singer released her second album ‘Thank You’ through Apple Music last week (May 6), with the record set to be released officially on Friday (May 13).

On Monday (May 9), Trainor premiered a video for the album’s second single ‘Me Too’ via Vevo, later taking it down after fans pointed out alleged Photoshopping.

“My waist is not that teeny,” the singer later said in a Snapchat video to her fans. “I had a bomb waist that night, I don’t know why they didn’t like my waist. But I didn’t approve that video and it went out to the world. So I’m embarrassed.”

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Trainor later discussed the incident on US TV’s Watch What Happens Live, saying: “I love this video so much so I was so upset… I called the Gods of Vevo and told them to take that down. I fixed it and approved a new version, it’s coming out like tomorrow morning”. Watch that below.

Trainor makes reference to photo editing in her hit song ‘All About That Bass’. She sings: “I see the magazines working that Photoshop, we know that ain’t real, come on now make it stop.”