Khloe Kardashian's fans think she shaved her head in filtered new snap after she's slammed for photoshopping pics

KHLOE Kardashian's fans think she shaved her head in a filtered new snap after she was slammed for photoshopping pics.

The 37-year-old has been accused by fans of altering a slew of photos in recent weeks.


The latest comments were in response to an Instagram post the model shared on Thursday.

Khloe puckered up her lips while posing for the pic, donned in a full-face of makeup and her hair slicked back.

She wore a long-sleeve camouflaged top paired with long nails and diamond jewelry.

The reality star appeared to be sitting at an outdoor venue at nighttime with twinkle lights and a heater blazing in the background.

She simply captioned the photo with the red lips emoji.

Khloe's pulled back hairstyle prompted some fans to question if the model shaved her head.

One commenter wrote: "Did she shave her hair or something"

Another echoed the comment writing: "i thought you shaved your head"

While another agreed that the picture did look deceiving, adding: "At first glance I thought you shaved your head and it was [insert fire emojis]"

PHOTOSHOP FAILS

Khloe is no stranger to receiving backlash on her social media photos, as she has been under fire for weeks for numerous photoshop fails.

Last week, fans slammed the star for seemingly "photoshopping her thighs and waist" in a photo she shared to Instagram.

Khloe wore a black leather minidress with thigh-high boots and leaned forward seductively as she rested her arms on the front of her car while sticking out her famous behind.

She captioned the nighttime shot: “Pretending to be a night owl”

While her sister Kim commented to say she’s “THEE FLYEST!!!!!!!,” fans took to Reddit to accuse the mother-of-one of being "desperate" and editing her body in the photo.

“Lmaaao her butt was so edited,” one user claimed.

Another said: “The photoshop on her thighs ”

A third wrote that Khloe’s thighs looked “fused together from all the photoshop,” while another suggested the reality star was “trying to make them look fuller to match her a**.”

Aside from fans thinking she edited her thighs and butt, others thought she photoshopped her waist, as well, with one joking that the “car door is open in the background to likely distract” from the possible editing.

Last week, Khloe appeared to suffer yet another photoshop fail while posing in a tiny crop top and leather pants.

The KUWTK star's right arm had unnaturally wavy lines and appeared distorted in comparison to the rest of her body.

'BODY-SHAMING'

These photoshop claims come after a clip resurfaced recently of Khloe mocking overweight people in an interview.

She was accused of "body-shaming" after she said she "can't stand" people who complain about being "fat" in a chat from 2019 that a TikTok user uncovered.

In the video, she said: "I can't stand people who are, like, eating a bucket of Haagen-Dazs ice cream and they are like [mock-crying] 'I'm so fat.'

"And like, they won't work out, they won't change their diet, they won't drink more water, they won't whatever…"

Critics lashed out at Khloe in the comments, with one writing: "So easy for her to say when she has access to plastic surgery."

Another added: "She's literally the same person who cried when a pic of her that wasn't photoshopped was leaked."

LEAKED UNEDITED PHOTO

Back in April, an unedited bikini shot of Khloe leaked online, in which she looking stunning while posing in leopard-print swimwear.

Despite receiving plenty of compliments over her figure, her PR and legal teams went on a rampage to "scrub" the photo from the internet, to no avail.

Khloe – who is mom to 3-year-old daughter True – later came out to share her truth about the image, pleading with fans to understand the turmoil she's experienced over the years.



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