Ariana Grande responde a la controversia del fotógrafo de celebridades que pedía nudes

Ariana es una de las celebridades que fue retratada por el fotógrafo.

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El lunes, Diet Prada se encargó de revelar por medio de Instagram una serie de screen shoots de una conversación entre el fotógrafo Marcus Hyde y Sunnaya, una modelo y estudiante de diseño de interiores de Los Ángeles. En los mensajes, Hyde intenta convencer a la alumna de mandarle fotos desnuda a cambio de una sesión de fotos gratuita y que si no lo hace, le cobraría 2 mil dólares por el shoot.

Marcus Hyde no es cualquier fotógrafo, ha shooteado a celebridades como Ariana Grande, Kim y Khloé y Kardashian, entre otras. De hecho, es un gran amigo de Kimye.

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Gross @marcushyde . @kimkardashian @arianagrande , come get your boy and teach him some decency. Last night, Los Angeles model and interior design student @sunnnaya replied to the celebrity photographer’s Instagram story seeking models for a shoot. What transpired in their DM was nothing short of the typical predatory douchebaggery you’d expect via shady Instagram “castings” by slimy dudes. With her followers backing her up and sharing her post, Hyde had a simple reply: “suck a fat big dick”. That’s sure to get you points with the ladies, Marcus. • #marcushyde #kimkardashian #kendalljenner #khloekardashian #arianagrande #photographer #celebrity #casting #model #shady #gross #kuwtk #wiwt #ootd #film #digital #camera #celeb #behindthescenes #dietprada

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Tras leer los mensajes perturbadores de Hyde, Ariana Grande compartió una serie de stories en las que sin mencionar su nombre incentiva a modelos, artistas y amigas a que no accedan a tomarse fotos con fotógrafos que te hacen sentir incómoda o posar sin ropa. “Si te dicen que tienes que pagar más dinero por estar vestido, está jodido y lamento que tengas que pasar por esa situación. Te prometo que hay muchos más fotógrafos talentosos, respetuosos y agradables por ahí”, agregó.

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En respuesta a las stories de Ariana y a la conversación publicada por Diet Prada, algunas modelos se animaron a hablar al respecto y e incluso acusaron a Marcus Hyde de acoso sexual. La modelo Alex Undone  fue una de ellas. Confesó que anteriormente había sido sobornada por Hyde a cambio de nudes.

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When I posted this sometime ago , I was scared of name dropping for fear of being “black listed.” The irony , right ? The photographer abuses his power and position but I’m the one scared of being shut out ? To all my ladies (regardless of fame or financial status) WE DO EACH OTHER A HUGE DISSERVICE WHEN WE CONTINUE TO WORK WITH THESE MEN FOR WHAT? INSTAGRAM CLOUT? When an aspiring model sees these images and reaches out to a man like this she has no idea what took place during the shoot or that she’d be better off without him. By the time models find out a photographer is a pig it’s usually TOO LATE AND THROUGH EXPERIENCE. To the women that knowingly work with these men: just because it didn’t happen to you personally doesn’t mean it’s not your problem. We have a collective responsibility to ourselves and the young women stepping into this industry to call out this behavior regardless of how “dope his pictures would be in my portfolio.” In the words of @ihartericka – – Abusers don’t abuse everyone they come in contact with. Their celebrity clients don’t see this behavior. Instead they show their true colors to young models with smaller followings and girls that don’t know any better. If he isn’t scared of being black listed then why should I be? I DONT SHOOT WITH EVERYONE BECAUSE (aside from the business aspect) MY FACE IN YOUR PORTFOLIO SYMBOLIZES THAT I VOUCH FOR YOU AND THAT YOU ARE TRUSTWORTHY !!!!! To all my aspiring models – please free to reach out to me personally and ask me about ANY of my experiences with past photographers. To the photographers- if you’re worried about what I have to say about you then YOU SHOULD HAVE BEHAVED BETTER. #keepgoing

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Ariana es la primer celebrity que se anima a hablar abiertamente al respecto. Sin embargo, dentro de la industria aún existen muchos fotógrafos que se aprovechan de modelos no tan conocidas que están en busca de empezar una carrera exitosa.

Esperamos que las declaraciones de la intérprete de “Thank U, Next” sigan ayudando a que más se animen a alzar la voz en contra de este tipo de personas.

Tras la polémica generada por Marcus, Diet Prada ha seguido acusando a otros fotógrafos por la misma situación de abuso.

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@Timur Emek, you may as well delete your account now lol. The New York-based Turkish photographer who has shot for @victoriassecret , is the latest to join the ranks of sleazy, clout-abusing celeb/supermodel male photographers who feel entitled to women's bodies. Along with the forced crotch-grabbing account from @byhaleybowman , Emek also offered "help" in the industry to @lizamarieju in exchange for "some fun". His response when asked to clarify? "I am a man… think about it :-)". 🤢🤢🤢. The photographer also went as far as lying to Turkish model @deniiztekiin in June 2017, telling her that her agency at the time had already approved a topless shoot, which of course didn't actually happen as he had already been on their agency blacklist of photographers. It's a relief to know that there are agencies out there that refuse to be complicit and hopefully more will step it up, but for every model with an agency, there are dozens of girls who are navigating independent modeling work on their own. The stories on the rest of the slides are unfortunately all too familiar. #TimesUp for these shitty men. • #model #instagrammodel #timuremek #photographer #model #supermodel #celebrity #predator #creep #victoriassecret #runway #vsfashionshow #modelingagency #alessandraambrosio #candaceswanepoel #vsangel #romeestrijd #clout #lame #womensrights #power #liar #dietprada

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