Khloe Kardashian worries fans with ‘edited’ snap as they beg her to be more natural


Khloe Kardashian ’s latest social media offering has caused commotion among her fans.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 37, has been accused of Photoshopping the striking snap and fans have begged her to put a stop to it once and for all.

The reality TV star’s post sent tongues wagging when they noticed a warped line on the car which Khloe was leaning against.

Blonde beauty Khloe looked slimmer than ever in her latest post as she rocked a figure-hugging beige corset top and some loose blue jeans which did wonders to cinch in her already impossible waist.

While many fans rushed to shower the KUWTK with praise and admiration, other fans flocked to beg Khloe to embrace her natural beauty.
“Every photo you post is heavily edited. When you are on camera, it is painfully obvious that you have too much filler. You don’t need the filler. You don’t need the photoshop. You look so much better without it. Learn to love yourself Khloe,” one follower shared.

Another echoed: “Heavily filtered images, sorry I just don’t get all. I suppose they are meant to be fun. Post some photos of you as the natural beauty not like a robot. Lots of us would appreciate that much more.”

Meanwhile, another eagle-eyed Twitter user suggested that there was a major Photoshop fail in Khloe’s latest snap.

“So your reflection that ends just above your waist and the strange shadow on the hood of the car happens because of lighting right? You’re naturally beautiful there is no need to photoshop every photograph,” they wrote.

“What happened to your face?” someone else questioned.

And a fifth social media user added: “Please just be you. Stop all this nonsense. You and your sisters have created an unrealistic beauty standard that now even you can’t keep up with. Just stop.”

It’s not the first time Khloe has been called out for editing her social media pictures.

Despite the backlash, the mum-of-one has continued to deny that she edit’s her photos, and instead, has urged people to be ‘kinder’ when using social media.


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