One-time reality TV star, singer and social media personality Aubrey O’Day hits back at allegations she posted several edited holiday photos on Instagram – which she brazenly confided in heaven Jesus shared a photo of himself.
“Take your pajamas [private jet] Been to heaven for the past 24 years.. wanted to share how beautiful it is.. also met Jesus and we embraced it,” the former Danity Kane singer wrote in the caption of a photo she posted on Sunday Pearl door and embrace the king of kings.
A year ago, O’Day, who said she was leaving the US to start a “new life” abroad, sparked Instagram by posting pictures of herself in Bali and elsewhere. accuse She steals content from other content creators, or just Photoshops herself into a promotional image.
In an Instagram post to more than 950,000 followers on Sunday, she defended the edited photos, saying her Instagram was “curated like an art museum.”
“[N]Not that I need to explain myself, but I’ve been in the industry for over 20 years and have been traveling the world since I was 7,” O’Day wrote. “If I wanted my Instagram to be curated like an art museum, That’s the fucking way it is. I am an artist, a true creator. From my music to my movies, I do all of my creativity…from my hair, glamour, nails, styling, backgrounds, editing, filming, and when the weather isn’t always perfect, I Vacationing alone…”
She added, “Respecting my aesthetic, I strive to provide you with beautiful content that makes you feel the way the places I travel vibrate…because I want you all to vibrate with me.”
O’Day rose to fame on the MTV reality show “The Making of the Band,” which auditioned promising singers for a place in an up-and-coming music group. The show premiered on ABC in 2000 before moving to MTV in 2002. Under the tutelage of Sean “Diddy” Combs, O’Day became a member of the girl group Danity Kane.
Read O’Day’s Instagram post in response to the Photoshopped-pics controversy: