Solange is not happy at all after Evening Standard Magazine photoshopped her hair for the cover. Check out more details about her public bashing and how her fans are supporting her.
She called out the UK’s Evening Standard Magazine on October 19 when she took to Instagram to post an unaltered version of her cover photo with the caption ‘DTMH’ which was about her famous song called Don’t Touch My Hair.
After this magazine posted a picture from her shoot that had quite an elaborate braid sculpture cropped from her head, it didn’t take too long for Solange to speak out and she was backed up by her fans as well.
The non-cropped version of the photo shows Solange’s braids in all their glory.
The irony in this story is that the interview Solange did with the magazine was exactly about how she is feeling comfortable in her own skin and how owning her body this year was crucial to her.
Solange definitely doesn’t seem to want to portray herself in any way other than who she feels she is and who can blame her for this?
Whether it is her hair or her clothes, Solange is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in and become a voice of her generation.
In addition to her physical characteristics, Solange has spoken out on important political issues such as the Take a Knee protest, where she joined others for the movement after performing at the Hollywood Bowl on September 24.
Solange has made her mark in the music industry over the years and with support from sister Beyonce and brother-in-law Jay-Z. She definitely has a lot to be proud of.