Chart-topping pop singer Meghan Trainor pulled the music video for her new single Me Too on Monday, after discovering her waist had been digitally altered in one of the scenes. Here's the side-by-side comparison she posted on Instagram:

We know, we know: another week, another celeb Photoshopping controversy. But Trainor was able to take matters into her own hands. She quickly took down the video from YouTube and Vevo, and then rightfully demanded that the editors release the version where her waist wasn't severely cinched. (You can check out that below.)

We love that Trainor, who rose to fame with the body-positive anthem All About That Bass, sent a strong message to the music industry (and all her fans): "Look at how bomb I look," she told USA Today while watching the unedited video. “Why would they ever be like, ‘Let’s break her ribs!’ It’s insulting, it’s rude."

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