Under fire. Khloé Kardashian was accused of photoshopping her daughter, True Thompson, in a recent series of selfie photos posted to her Instagram feed on October 12. Fans and followers are concerned about the 18-month-old’s eyes in the pics.
“Until the end of time, it’s you and I,” the proud mama, 35, captioned a series of three cute snaps of the mother-daughter duo. The images do look a bit ~stylized~ in general — but if you’re a Koko fan, you know that’s just her style … literally.
That didn’t stop Instagram users from going in on her in the comments section of the photo, questioning her motives for editing a pic of her child.
“Are these edited eyes not the most terrifying thing you’ve ever seen?” one fan asked, while another chimed in, “Yeah, why is she giving her child blue eyes …” Several other folks made mention of the seemingly obvious change with comments like, “Her eyes blue??!?”
There were quite a few supportive comments, though, especially from Khlo’s celeb friends. “Her hair is so cute I can’t take it Khloé ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” hairstylist Jen Atkin commented, while BFF Khadijah Haqq added, “I love y’all so much.” Even Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge sent love on the post. “She’s absolutely precious ❤️,” she wrote.
This definitely wouldn’t be the first time Koko has been called out for her love of FaceTune and other editing methods … in fact, it’s a bit of a trend. Most recently, back in April, the KUWTK star was called out on the ‘gram for giving herself extra fingers in an edited version of her Diana Ross costume. “What’s wrong with your hand??” one follower asked, while another fan proclaimed, “Girl has 14 fingers.” LOL!
Prior to that, in November 2018, Khlo got hit with backlash for overediting and filtering a set of selfies she took. “Photoshopped and filtered,” a fan said at the time. “Why not let your true beauty show through?”
Needless to say, the blonde babe has dealt with her fair share of critics — but we’re glad that doesn’t stop her from highlighting the sweetest moments of her motherhood journey.