In addition to her catchy and successful reggaeton songs, another thing that characterizes Karol G is her humility, charisma, and the way she tries to send the message to women that they break with the stereotypes imposed by society and can feel comfortable with themselves.
In order to try to normalize that girls love each other as they are, it is common for the Colombian singer to share natural photos on social networks. That is why she did not hesitate to express her disagreement and annoyance with the magazine that she exaggerated and went too far in editing her cover photo, in which they dared to change her physique.
Through a publication on her Instagram account, the interpreter known as “Bichota” expressed her anger and broke out against the magazine G.Q., who dedicated the cover of its most recent edition to him. However, in the image they show the singer very different and practically unrecognizable.
Affirming that the image shared by said magazine does not represent her, Karol G stated that she feels very happy and satisfied with her body as it looks natural, which is why it bothers her that said publication shows her with excessive editing and that His face has almost completely changed.
I don’t even know where to start this message… Today my cover of ‘GQ’ magazine was made public, a cover with an image that does NOT represent me. My face doesn’t look like that, my body doesn’t look like that, and I feel very happy and comfortable with how I look naturally. I thank the magazine for the opportunity because I was very happy when they confirmed that I would be there, but despite making clear my dissatisfaction with the number of edits they made to the photo, they did nothing about it, as if I needed everyone to look good those changes. I understand the repercussions that this can have, but beyond feeling that it is disrespectful to me, it is women who wake up every day looking to feel comfortable with ourselves despite society’s stereotypes.
In the photograph that the magazine chose as its cover for the April issue, you can see “Bichota” posing in a green dress, an image that draws attention due to the excessive editing on the singer’s face, because it looks quite stylized and you can barely tell that it’s her. Another thing that stands out on the cover is the change in her skin tone, since she appears a little more tanned than usual.
Emphasizing her fight for women to feel comfortable with their bodies, the interpreter of tomorrow will be more beautiful She ended her publication by indicating that it is not only disrespectful to her, but also to all the women who fight every day to eradicate the beauty stereotypes imposed by fashion and society, trying to feel good about themselves.
After the “Bichota” expressed her disagreement with the magazine, both her fans As media personalities, they did not take long to express their support and comment on it, where most of the messages were to congratulate her for raising her voice in the face of the lousy edition of the photograph and to assure her that she does not need all those editions to look beautiful.