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  • Sia Leaks Her Own Nude


    Skinny Legend

    Sia performing live in concert

    Sia has clapped back at an unnamed photographer who is threatening to sell her nude pictures to fans.

    Allegedly, the photographer made contact with several members of Sia's fanbase they found online recently, offering fifteen pictures of the popstar naked in exchange for money.

    After fans made contact with Sia about the proposition with screenshots of the photograph, she took to Twitter to post the nude picture herself, preventing the photographer from making money off the shot.

    Sadly, the story isn't yet over. The photo Sia got her hands on is just one of fifteen, and it is also the only one blurred. It's possible that further images could be sold for profit and leaked online.

    A notoriously private celebrity, Sia is known for the extravagant wigs she wears to hide her face in public appearances and even while singing on stage. It's likely that this would cause the photos to sell for more than usual. However, Sia is also an oddity of a celebrity who has an interesting relationship with the press, and it's totally in character for her to subvert the paparazzi system by taking away their ability to make money off her image.

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    Do you recall not too long ago there was a very large quantity of hacked explicit pics and videos of various celebrities that were offered up for sale.  And If do remember correctly that when no one was stupid enough to pay for them as they had been gotten illegally.  The person/s leaked them anyways.  So I have no doubt that these pics if they do in fact exist, and I have no reason to believe they don't, will eventually get leaked. 

     

    However, in this instance, if we can go by just one pic, it would appear that these pics were taken while Sia was just out enjoying some time away.  As in vacation perhaps.   I am not sure what legal remedy Sia has in this instance, if any?   That could be why she decided to get out in front of the story to perhaps lessen the impact if and most likely when they do come out. 

     

    Regardless.  It will not lessen my appreciation for her artistic abilities in the least. 

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    On 11/9/2017 at 1:51 AM, Whoknowsmehere said:

    Do you recall not too long ago there was a very large quantity of hacked explicit pics and videos of various celebrities that were offered up for sale.  And If do remember correctly that when no one was stupid enough to pay for them as they had been gotten illegally.  The person/s leaked them anyways.  So I have no doubt that these pics if they do in fact exist, and I have no reason to believe they don't, will eventually get leaked. 

     

    However, in this instance, if we can go by just one pic, it would appear that these pics were taken while Sia was just out enjoying some time away.  As in vacation perhaps.   I am not sure what legal remedy Sia has in this instance, if any?   That could be why she decided to get out in front of the story to perhaps lessen the impact if and most likely when they do come out. 

     

    Regardless.  It will not lessen my appreciation for her artistic abilities in the least. 

    You're right. But at least if she's the one leaking it, she's in some way taking control of the situation instead of letting someone else profit of it. This way no one can make money from that picture (although obviously they still can from the other fourteen :cackle:). Let's hope her legal team is on it though!

    On 11/11/2017 at 8:50 PM, Speedy said:

    what about the people who are selling your unleaked songs girl ?:cackle: leak them honey 

    Omfg... :cackle: The thirst really is real with you, isn't it? :wink: 

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