Calling again. Kim Kardashian Photoshop was sued on Sunday, April 10, after she posted a tropical photo of herself wearing a pink scheme and holding a lace in her hand.
“Aloha,” the Keep up with the Kardashians alum, 41, snap captions. His friend Jonathan Cheban – otherwise known as FOODGOD – commented on Snap, writing, “Hawaii and Miami look exactly the same LOL.”
Some eagle-eyed fans also took to the comments section and apparently called Kim for additional editing of the photo. “There is something wrong with this picture …” wrote one Another claimed, “Airbrushed pictures as usual! You can zoom in on the picture. “
A third commenter added, “I’d like to see Kim’s non-Photoshop picture.” Kim did not return a call for comment, and his representative did not immediately return a call seeking comment In contactRequest for comment.
Some fans seemingly called Kim for the edit, but others praised her Kardashians One of the stars wondered, “I don’t understand why they all do that in their photos. … They are all right without editing.
Of course, this is not the first time that Kim – or members of the Kardashian-Jenner family – have been accused of posting photoshop on their social media. In fact, some scheme customers called him after apparently heavy editing Tyra Banks In his latest promotion for the brand. On April 4, Tyra, 48, was introduced as the face of the iconic campaign Actress, Candice Swanepoel And Alessandra Ambrosio.
“Tyra, introducing Heidi, Alessandra and Candice to their first joint promotion,” reads the brand’s Instagram announcement. “Our signature fits everyone’s collection, it couldn’t be more iconic than that.”
Instagram followers have commented that Tyre’s body looks quite different in the pictures.
“I am shocked to see the amount of Photoshop in the body of Tyra Bank in Kim Kardashian’s new schemes and campaigns,” wrote the Instagram account, Trouble Fame, in an Instagram story post pinned to their profile. “For a brand that prides itself on body positivity and inclusion, it’s low. In what world does editing Kim’s clone Tyrer support body positivity and inclusion?
Kim, for her part, did not respond publicly to the scheme allegations.
Over the years, KKW Beauty founder and his family have been questioned by their fans about Photoshop. Their time KUWTK Reunion Special, Host Andy Cohen Kim was asked if she thinks her family promotes unrealistic physical values in society. He replied, “No, I don’t. Because I think we get up, we work, we work.”