Aubrey O’Day Is Really Mad About Some Paparazzi Pictures That Hit The Internet

September 1, 2020 / Posted by:

Not that long ago, Aubrey O’Day made the bold claim that she believed Donald Trump Jr. was her soulmate. But yesterday, The Daily Mail published some pictures of Aubrey out walking her dog, that more than implied that maybe Aubrey’s true soulmates are FaceTune, and Photoshop, and Instagram filters. Well, Aubrey has seen the pictures, and to paraphrase Mariah Carey, Aubrey doesn’t know her. And Aubrey is dead set on proving the truth about what the real Aubrey O’Day looks like.

About a year ago, Aubrey decided to shift her face away from its most familiar form (San Fernando Valley Julianne Hough), to what can best be described as a splice of Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Blac Chyna. Here’s a sample of the kind of content Aubrey is posting on social media.

And here’s Aubrey collecting a check for a Flat Tummy Tea ad.

We all know that Instagram is chock full o’ fakery, but Aubrey’s last post must have struck a nerve with someone at The Daily Mail, who needed to prove Aubrey’s possible lack of honesty and transparency. Yesterday, they threw up the following pictures of Aubrey out walking her dogs in Palm Springs, California, on Sunday. It had a whole lot of people on the internet asking, “Is that really Aubrey O’Day, though?


According to The Daily Mail, it is. They checked an older picture of Aubrey against these alleged pictures of Aubrey and said that at least two of her tattoos match. That is also Aubrey’s dog. Aubrey, however, has no time for what she believes is The Daily Mail’s attempt at internet shaming. She didn’t call out The Daily Mail by name, but she did acknowledge that she had seen the pictures.

Aubrey also announced that she had gotten her lawyer involved in this situation. She then pulled a classic hostage-holding-a-recent-newspaper move by posting a picture of herself in a swimsuit, holding a piece of paper with yesterday’s date written on it.

One of the pillows behind her sort of looks as though it’s melting like a soft candle, but I’m sure that’s just the result of the hot California heat. That’s not the only confusing element of this situation. Aubrey was fighting against The Daily Mail’s pictures with what she claimed was her real, legitimate self, when only a few hours earlier, she was posting Instagram Stories that featured…whoever this is supposed to be:

One thing that is tripping up my detective skills is Aubrey’s hair. In the Twitter picture she posted, her hair looks like it’s all blonde (it could be a wig). But in the pap pics posted by The Daily Mail, she has a mid-2000s skunk dye job. I hope her lawyer has better investigative skills than I do. And, that they’re ultimately very patient when trying to explain the situation to Aubrey. “So you see, we think that the bodies and faces have been switched all around, resulting in a wonky, confusing picture that barely resembles you. Yes Aubrey, sort of like your Instagram pictures, that’s correct.”


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