Kim Kardashian is no stranger when it comes to being critiqued for everything she does. This time she served her fans up something fresh. The reality star is now being accused of photoshopping her pictures again. This is an ongoing trend with her family as they bask in, what some have called, fabricated fame.

This all started after the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star took to Instagram on Sunday to show off another piece from her clothing line. Kim posed for the camera in grey lingerie, with a pair of black baggy trousers. Looks like the reality star is living the high life since her divorce from Kanye West.

However, fans were quick to notice something wrong about the wrong about the picture. The online warriors immediately took to Reddit to accuse Kim of photoshopping her waist. “Her waist is most definitely photoshopped,” remarked one user.

A second user chimed in by saying, “This doesn’t even look real or natural to me.” “It’s so funny to me how they always have to pose with their arms up so they don’t get distorted from the photoshopped waist,” insisted a third fan.


A fourth fan questioned Kim’s motives by saying, “I don’t know who she thinks she’s fooling. Like, if she wanted people to believe this is her, why does she insist on being so public where we can see what she actually looks like.”

Photoshopped or not, we think Kim looks gorgeous in the pictures. You can check out more of Kim Kardashian on her latest reality series, The Kardashians. The series documents the family’s exotic lifestyle as well as the pressures that come with living it.

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