Celebrity photographer Marcus Hyde probably doesn’t need to work hard to get models to dress seductively in front of his camera lens. The well-known snapper has worked as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s personal photographer and has taken fabulous photos of Ariana Grande and a string of other stars.
In a text-message exchange purported to be between the two, screenshots of which Nash published online, the model responded to Hyde’s purported request for nude shots before agreeing to the shoot.
” I don’t have nude photos. I’m comfortable shooting lingerie and partial nudity ,” Nash writes.
” It’s 2k then ,” the responder said to be Hyde wrote back.
” But nude is free ?” Nash wrote.
The response: “Ya.” Followed by a message again that the shoot would cost her $2,000.
” Because I won’t send you nudes of myself before shooting ?” Nash replied.
” Yeah, gotta see if you’re worth it ,” was the response.
Nash posted the exchange on her Instagram account, which the social-media network removed for bullying.
Nash then wrote in the comments section of her removed post,” Instagram is threatening to delete my account. This is absolutely uncalled for. My post about Marcus Hyde was taken down and I’m trying to get onto back up .”
Despite the embarrassment over Nash’s attempt to out what she says is Hyde’s bad behavior, several other superstars have publicly distanced themselves from Hyde and his run.
E! online reports Ariana Grande penned an Instagram story warn others away from the likes of Hyde.” dear models/ artists in LA/ anywhere ,” she wrote on Instagram Stories.” i have just read some shocking and genuinely heartbreaking tales. i hate that this is a conversation. but. please do not shoot with photographers who make you uncomfortable or attain you feel like you need to take your attire off if you don’t want to. if you want to, sick. but if you don’t, please don’t. if they tell you you have to pay more fund if you’re clothed that’s f ** ked and I’m sorry that happens to you. I promise there are so many respectful, nice, talented photographers out there .”
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