People Accuse Mariah Carey of Photoshopping Her Paper Magazine Cover


People Accuse Mariah Carey of Photoshopping Her Paper Magazine Cover


'Stop editing your photos... It's ridiculous. Accept your body or g o to the gym,' an Instagram user commented on the singer's photo, which featured her flaunting a slimmer waist.
Mariah Carey obviously looked hot and all in the latest Paper magazine cover, which featured her flaunting her sensational figure. However, people seemingly doubted that the 47-year-old diva didn't digitally edit the photo to make her appear thinner.

After the "We Belong Together" singer took to Instagram to share the pic, featuring her going topless while rocking a bejeweled body chain, sheer gloves and a bunch of jewels, the comment section was flooded by fans accusing her of Photoshopping the photo. "I never comment about photoshopping! But this here! If you know Mariah you know she thicka than a snicka these days! This is overtly obvious photoshopping. Totally takes away from her rather than add to who she is…," said @injoy247.

@jonpublic added, "Mariah pls retire. You're just a drunk who relies on lip sync and photoshop. The world doesn't need to see you failing all the time. Leave us some good memories!" Similarly, @iamsofabs snarked, "Hahaha whats the problem in being fat???? Stop editing your photos... It's ridiculous. Accept your body or g o to the gym."

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@ericmeledeis gave the ex-wife of Nick Cannon advice about her health issue in his comment, which read, "Mama you rock I love you big fan but when I see you on stage you can hardly walk in heals you can't move that's a problem please do something to be able to move around." @madmarlz, meanwhile, tried to be unbiased by writing, "Beautiful picture but heavily photoshopped at the same time."

Previously, the mother-of-two was said to be having trouble walking. Dietician Dr. Stuart Fischer, who never treated the star, revealed that the bloated singer might be facing crippling arthritis and a string of life-threatening health woes. "Excess weight is a risk factor for osteoarthtitis of hips, and there are 65 illnesses--including heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and three cancers--that can result from obesity and affect women," he explained.

Earlier this month, Mariah was called out by a rude paparazzo who ruined her delighful night with boyfriend Bryan Tanaka. "Mariah, watch you cholesterol! What did you have for dinner? Lots of steak?" remarked the pap shamelessly.


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