Khloé Kardashian, who recently had to deny butt implant rumours, has finally admitted to ‘photoshopping’ her daughter, True, into snaps from their infamous trip to Disneyland.
The speculation around the photos all started on New Year’s Eve last year when the star’s sister, Kim Kardashian, took to Instagram and posted the images of Chicago West and True sitting on a spinning teacup, with the other showing them simply standing in the theme park.
Although they appeared fine at first glance, followers quickly cottoned on to the fact that the four-year-old’s face seemed to be in a different type of lighting to the rest of the snap.
The mum-of-one has now responded on Twitter, writing: “Welllppp I f***ed this one up. Anyways… Let’s focus on something else. Our show airs in a few days.”
This appeared to confirm that although the photos were posted on her sister’s account, the 37-year-old was responsible for the ‘edit’.
After seeing Kardashian’s tweet about it, many fans took to the social media platform and shared their thoughts.
“Why did you even do that? Like that was beyond weird,” one questioned.
Another added: “This is a mental illness.”
“Such a sad life to have when you feel the need to edit everything about your life,” a third responded.
However, others defended the reality TV star, as it’s been reported that True was ‘photoshopped’ into the images to protect her cousin, Stormi.
Blasting the haters, one fan penned: “Who gives a c***, you did nothing wrong. Sometimes you have to protect who’s with you. Don’t ever second guess your reasons for the things you do to protect anyone that’s with you. Especially a child.”
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