Kylie Jenner Slammed for Photoshopping Underwear Selfie
Apr 30, 2017, 01:12
"LMFAO who told her that this photoshopped picture looks real??" one fan wrote in the photo's comments, while another added, "You dont need photoshop Kylie" alongside a sad face emoji.
Others complained that the Photoshop was too obvious, writing, "Photoshop skills = zero, look at the curtains".
She explained as she laid on the floor in front of a huge mirror: "So this is my selfie mirror, my Snapchat mirror, so for future, this is a curtain behind me that looks crooked but it's not". Jenner continued to speak but the video cut off and it remains unclear what she went on to say regarding the design of the drapery.
Kylie posted on Snapchat videos showing her wearing the same underwear. Kylie, being the "IDGAF" person that she is, didn't take down the photo, even though it was littered with nasty comments.
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Kylie posted the photo to her Instagram account on April 26, which showed her stomach and Puma underwear exposed as she rested her hand on her head, and fans hit back by pointing out that it appeared her curtains had been warped by the editing process.
Kylie Jenner has a bone to pick with the photoshop police.
Whether people think her pictures are photoshopped or not, Jenner clearly has no problem ignoring her haters. It's not the first time Kylie has been accused of photoshopping photos of herself before posting them on social media.
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