Khloe Kardashian has denied Photoshopping a recent photo of herself with her mother, Kris Jenner.
On November 5, Khloe, 39, uploaded a carousel of photographs of herself and her famous mother on Instagram to commemorate Kris’s 68th birthday, but followers were quick to point out that Khloe’s arm appeared strange in the first shot.
The founder of Good American responded to Photoshop charges in the comments section, saying that while the photograph in issue had not been Photoshopped, she does ‘enjoy some Photoshop,’ implying that she had changed pictures in the past.
Comments including: ‘That arm is a lil f****d up there,’ ‘What’s wrong with Khloe’s arm?’ and ‘Khloe girl, your arm…’ had started to gather beneath Khloe’s birthday tribute.
The reality star said in response: ‘I saw this ridiculous story of my Photoshopping my forearm lol why would I do that? Ha I love some Photoshop but my forearm is good ha.’
It comes after Khloe was accused of Halloween blackfishing.
The Kardashians reality star dressed up as a Bratz doll with Kim Kardashian and friends, wearing a yellow minidress with a matching cap and a white sweater to complete the preppy appearance.
Her skin tone was substantially deeper, and her lips were expanded, making it impossible to distinguish her at first.
Many accused Khloe of blackfishing, which refers to a white or non-Black person changing their look to have darker skin, and others even likened her to former Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson, who has previously been accused of blackfishing.
Khloe attempted to respond to the controversy by posting a behind-the-scenes video of herself removing her prosthetic lips on Instagram, along with a description of the lengths she took to become a Bratz doll.
‘Not only did we have silicone prosthetic lips on, we also blocked our brows,’ she wrote in the caption.
She continued: ‘We concealed our natural brows and we painted on fake eyebrows much higher than where [our] real eyebrows would be.
‘This gives our eyes the effect that they are much larger than they are. So we would look more like a doll.’