Khloe Kardashian Accused Of Photoshop After Fans Notice Six Toes In A Picture
Khloe Kardashian has been accused of Photoshop yet again. This time, the fans noticed a major blunder in one of her recent pictures.
The 37-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star certainly put on a sizzling display as she teased the release of her latest Good American swimwear line. The fans noticed that she had six toes in one of her latest snaps.
Kardashian shared a picture on Instagram where she’s posing in a bright two-piece bikini set. She captioned the picture, “Teasing you until Thursday.” Check it out.
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One of her followers questioned, “Do I see 6 toes????,” while another commented, “ummm her feet are literally the closest thing to the camera. And they’ve clearly been touched by a warp tool demon.” A third wrote, “Those feet don’t look right.” Another critic wrote, “Those feet don’t look right.” “Did you lose your pinky Toe? or did you use more filte*rs lmfaooooo girl come on!!!” added a second. Others suggested that the proportions of the image were off and her legs were too long to match the rest of the image.
Kim Kardashian made the headlines for a similar reason during her birthday in October 2020. The reality star was out celebrating her 40th and was partying with her close friends on a private island during a pandemic, where she shared a couple of images, and in the one, she’s seen walking with friend Lala, it looked like she had six toes on her left foot.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan have been accused of photoshop fails in the past, and earlier this year, the Good American owner went to great lengths to remove an unedited bikini snap from all corners of the internet. During the KUWTK final, the family was also asked whether they are promoting unrealistic and unattainable beauty standards. To which, Kendall Jenner then added: “We all really enjoy taking care of ourselves and being healthy, so I think if anything, the only thing we’re really trying to represent is just being the most healthy version of yourself.”