Popular R&B singer SZA has been burning up social media this past few weeks, after the singer posted heavily altered photos of her new body.
As Media Take Out reported, SZA recently flew to Miami to get a full body surgical makeover. And at least according to the Instagram pics, she looks great.
Here’s what her body looks like – ON THE GRAM.
Unfortunately, her body doesn’t look like this in real life. Yesterday, Media Take Out learned that paparazzi caught up with SZA on the beach in Miami with her new boyfriend and snapped a few pics.
Here’s what she looks like in real life:
Black Twitter is having a field day with the new images. According to folks on social media, the SZA’s surgical procedures did not improve her body, but may have botched it instead.
Many are referring to the beautiful songstress as a “catfish”, after all the pics that she posted online.
SZA’s debut studio album, Ctrl (2017), was released to universal acclaim from music critics. It debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 and was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). At the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the album earned her four nominations, including Best New Artist. In 2020, it was placed on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. In August 2017, she was featured on Maroon 5’s Top 10 hit single “What Lovers Do”. The next year, she collaborated with Kendrick Lamar to create the top 10 single “All the Stars” for the Black Panther soundtrack, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award and Academy Award for Best Original Song.
In 2020, she released the single “Good Days”; the following year saw the release of the singles “I Hate U” and Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More”, which she was featured on; all three singles reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2021, with the latter breaking the record for the longest-running all-female collaboration within the top 10, and earning her the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. SZA also earned an additional top 20 hit that year, as a featured artist on Summer Walker’s “No Love”, which peaked at number 13. Her second album, SOS (2022), reached number-one on Billboard 200 chart, and broke the record for the biggest streaming week ever for an R&B album.