Mya Is 38 Years Old Today, But Here’s Proof She Still Looks Exactly Like She Did In ’98

October 10, 2017  |  
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Today is singer Mya Marie Harrison’s 38th birthday. Looking at her, you wouldn’t think she was that age considering she looks exactly like she did when she dropped her first single, “It’s All About Me” in 1998. We’ve provided some evidence for you below:

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We have a feeling she glows the exact same because of good genes, a consistent performance schedule and her vegan diet. The “Case of the Ex” singer went vegan a few years ago after being vegetarian and said doing so has “done wonders” for her.

“Some of the changes I’ve experienced since being vegan, I’m no longer anemic. I’m intaking so many more healthy foods: vegetables, nuts, greens, seeds that are iron rich,” she said in a chat with PETA. “I thought you had to have meat to have protein and get your iron, and that’s just false information. I no longer get sick. Dairy has mucus buildup, which is awful for singers. I don’t get sick. My skin is clear. I lost 30 pounds. I don’t have to go to the gym as much, and I just have clarity…Everything in my life has benefited me just eating natural foods.”

While this isn’t an ad for veganism, the singer has said that her diet plays a major role in her ability to maintain her youthfulness. Whatever it is that she’s doing, it’s working.

In honor of her 38th birthday, check out all the proof you need (via her Instagram) that Mya really hasn’t aged one bit:

#Superb #Saturday to you ladies & gents. Positive vibes to ya. 💙 ~Braids by @lizzykay1

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#MCM 😍 @noah_the_vegan 🐢

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Jam Session night candid w @shyboirecords 🎼🎢. πŸ“Έ @joedadic

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