"They Photoshopped the crap outta me," Trainor said on Snapchat following the release of the music video

By Karen Mizoguchi
Updated May 09, 2016 07:35 PM
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Meghan Trainor may have debuted her highly anticipated music video for second single “Me Too” on Monday but the release lasted shorter than Megatronz had anticipated.

The best new artist Grammy winner removed her latest music video off the Internet, claiming that her waist had been Photoshopped without her consent. (The video is back online as of Tuesday.)

“They Photoshopped the crap outta me,” Trainor, 22, said on Snapchat. “My waist is not that teeny, I had a bomb waist that night, I don’t know why they didn’t like my waist. I didn’t approve that video and it went out to the world. So I’m embarrassed.”

Trainor also discussed the Photoshopping on The Howard Stern Show on Tuesday. “I asked them, ‘Hey, can you hide my mustache and take off my mole hair?’ ” she told the DJ. “I never said cut off my rib.”

For those fans who did catch a glimpse of the “Me Too” video before it was deleted, the singer donned a “MTRAIN” gold chain and giraffe onesie in one scene as she goes about a day in the life of a pop star that ultimately ends up with a choreographed routine with back-up dancers.

Trainor had been publicizing the release of her music video days before on her Twitter and Instagram.

The song was released Thursday as the second single from her second studio album, Thank You, which will be released this Friday.