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After Finding Out the Paparazzi Were Trying to Sell Her Nudes, Sia Decided to Leak Them Herself

A paparazzi photographer was trying to make money by selling Sia’s nudes, so the “Cheap Thrills” singer leaked them herself.

Sia found out that a paparazzi photographer was trying to make money by selling photos of her where she has no clothes on. So, the 41-year-old “Cheap Thrills” singer took to Twitter on Monday night to share her reaction with the world.

 

Someone tried to sell Sia’s nudes to her fans

“Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans,” she tweeted along with a “client preview” of one of the images, in which she bares her booty while wearing nothing at all.

The watermarked photo along with the seller’s (poorly written) offer reads, “If you make the purchase it will be unblurred and you receive and additional 14 images.”

She beat them at their own game though, tweeting out the image of herself with the caption to her fans, “Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!”

Fans loved Sia’s response to the situation, beating the sleazy creep trying to make money off her nude photos. One fan tweeted, “LEGEND and ICONIC, no one compares to you!” Another added, “You are magical and your body shape is wonderful, merry Sia-mas!”

Speaking of that holiday, Christmas came early for Sia with the premiere of her brand-new single “Santa’s Coming For Us.” The track is the lead single off her first-ever holiday album Everyday is Christmas, which is set to be released on November 17.

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Sia wrote the collection of original holiday songs with producer Greg Kurstin. Festive songs like “Candy Cane Lane,” “Ho Ho Ho” and “Puppies Are Forever are accompanied by ballads such as  “Underneath The Christmas Lights,” “Snowman” and “Snowflake.”

The cover art features Sia‘s muse Maddie Ziegler in a festive wig. You can stream “Santa’s Coming For Us” on Spotify and download it on iTunes now.