After the magazine released it's latest cover featuring singer, Zahara, the award-winning artists has expressed her dismay about the True Love headline.
Another celebrity is unhappy with True Love magazine. The publication, which has had a lot of controversy this year, has left Zahara disappointed.
The singer, who is the January cover star, has threatened to take legal action because of a misleading cover line.
The headline reads: "Zahara: marriage, drugs and selling records." This has left the award-winning singer unhappy.
She took to Instagram to slam True Love. In a long post, Zahara wrote: "I honestly hope this is a sick joke from @truelovemagazine, how dare they put this type of headline on their cover! Why associate me with drugs?!"
Zahara said the caption was misleading and distasteful. "Perhaps it's an effort to boost sales," she wrote.
The singer said if they don't recall the issue, she would be left with no choice but to take legal action.
"Fed up with my name always being used to sell magazines and newspapers," she added.
A few months ago the publication came under fire after Lerato Kganyago expressed her disappointment in her cover. The image used apparently made her "unrecognizable". The mag responded by posting untouched pictures of Lerato from the shoot, which some people felt was unnecessary.
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