Someone needs to brush up on their photoshop skills!
Madonna has come under fire for allegedly editing a photo of an Australian woman and trying to pass it off as herself on social media.
Back in May of 2015, the Material Girl singer shared a stylish photo of herself on Instagram wearing a Joy Division T-shirt, paired with a houndstooth print miniskirt. Promoting her new-at-the-time Rebel Hearts album, she captioned the snap "I look Kewl," to which a number of her fans eagerly echoed in the comments section.
But not so fast! Nearly six years later, the pop icon is accused of photoshopping her famous face onto the body of someone she's never even met. Amelia Goldie called out the 62-year-old on TikTok earlier this month, reaching over two million users and going viral.
"When Madonna posts a photo of herself to IG to promote her album but it's actually your body (I'm not joking)," she wrote, along with the un-doctored photo of herself in the same outfit, same hair and same pose.
The 28-year-old told Buzzfeed she first "thought it was a joke," but then "realized it wasn’t because it was [posted on] her official account."
"I tried to reach out via Instagram to her team twice, to no response," she said. The Aussie also tried to alert the public about the photo-stealing incident numerous times for years, but it wasn't until she posted on TikTok that she saw her claims get any attention.
Madonna made no mention of using photoshop in the pic and shockingly, the post in question is still up on her official account.
"I told my parents and they still think it’s a joke and can’t comprehend how or why it’s happened. It’s hilarious," she told Vice. "I [would] definitely laugh and say I'm flattered, but of course that I wish I was credited!"