Fantasia Wants An Apology From Jet Magazine, Says America Uses Her As A ‘Crash Dummy’

tasia1 Fantasia Wants An Apology From Jet Magazine, Says America Uses Her As A Crash Dummy

Congratulations! You have reached the final stretch of the day that involves involuntarily shrugging and the “Why you mad tho?” meme.

Instead of being grateful that Jet magazine editors didn’t run off to Getty Images and license a picture of her sweating profusely while performing barefoot in front of a sold-out crowd at Kings Dominion in a two sizes too small outfit that should’ve been left in the back of the closet never to see the light of day again, Fantasia is upset with the publication for using an old photo for their cover.

There’s only one lesson to be learned: When in doubt, go with Charlie Wilson’s clout.

“This saddens Me!!! It is clear that this picture is 10 Years Old and JET Magazine puts it on the Cover!! After I send them the NEW LOOK AND DIRECTION. . SAD!!! I WANT A PUBLIC APOLOGY FROM JET,” wrote Tasia Mae on her Instagram in the caption to her altered version of the cover.

“Now im not sure if the interview is correct. SEE!! America they and use me as they crash Dummy BUT NO MORE. IF I DONT STAND FOR SOMETHING ILL FALL FOR ANYTHING.”

Screen Shot 2013 02 21 at 5.54.20 PM Fantasia Wants An Apology From Jet Magazine, Says America Uses Her As A Crash Dummy