The Belgian singer WWWater got zero sleep when her new ep wanted to promote it on Facebook. The administrators of the social network advise her to ” a non-sexual way on the product to focus.’
Since last week La Falaise, the ep of the Belgian singer WWWater. For the cover photo spoke to Charlotte Adigéry, such as the young promise is real hot, photographer Tina Herbots , who had previously been with Admiral Freebee, Bazart and The Jets worked.
But when the management of WWWater an ad on Facebook and wanted to post, got the lid on the nose. ‘Facebook was the artwork for La Falaise-to-naked to promote’, writes manager Jarri Van der Haegen on his personal Facebook page.
‘Facebook is not an image that people show in explicit or suggestive positions, or images of naked or cleavage, even if this content is shown because of artistic or educational reasons’, and was the team-WWWater if statement. “We recommend that you use content that is in a non-sexual way on your product or service is focused.’
Adigéry went himself to the battle and the colouring itself is a censored version with each other. Not only the sideboob was removed, she gave herself a moustache and worked in the watering can. “I saw the light and changed my view to the wants of the all-seeing Eye’, she laughs on the Facebook page of WWWWater.
Facebook found the artwork for La Falaise to be naked to promote so made Charlotte a modest version of it – with…
Posted by Jarri Van der Haegen on Tuesday 26 september 2017
It is not the first time that an album cover is censored by Facebook. The Belgian band, Benny Zen & The Syphilys Madmen had in 2014 a bare chest of her album cover to remove for their Facebook page again became accessible. A few years ago overtook Facebook even the iconic cover of Nirvana’s Nevermind, with the naked baby, offline.
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