Secretive pop star Sia might keep her face out of the limelight, but she’s not afraid to call out bullshit when she sees it. The internet has long been a cesspool for posting and promoting intrusive photos hacked from famous women’s private phones and laptops, and before that the job was done with a good ol’ long lens camera and a paparazzo with little morality. Australian songstress Sia is the most recent in a long line of women in the public eye to have intrusive photos of herself touted online.
She found out someone was sending messages to her fans, trying to sell naked photos of her that were taken without her knowledge when she was enjoying some luxurious nude sunbathing. So what did she do? Well she posted the pictures herself, that’s what she did.
Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans. Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas! pic.twitter.com/aeQlnTwLuy— sia (@Sia) November 7, 2017
Every day is Christmas when you’re reclaiming your body and narrative from some douchebag online trying to make a quick buck from your great butt. Even nude, Sia’s face is still hidden. A true mystery icon for our generation. There’s so much to love about her proactive response. She’s standing up for herself and women everywhere, refusing to be ashamed of someone else’s intrusion on her. She’s celebrating her own gorgeous body because she’s proud of it and herself.
And, potentially most importantly of all, she’s doing promo for her new festive album ‘Everyday is Christmas’ because girl also loves the coin.