KENDALL Jenner has been accused of “promoting unrealistic body standards” as fans claim she “photoshopped” lingerie photos.
The backlash comes after the 25-year-old shared photos on Instagram of her modeling red lingerie on Friday.
Fans slammed Kendall Jenner for ‘promoting unrealistic body standards’
Upset fans accused her of photoshopping her recent lingerie photos
While many of Kendall’s friends and followers praised her in the comments section of the post, others accused her of “promoting unrealistic body standards.”
A number of fans took to social media to slam the reality star as they claimed she “photoshopped” the lingerie photos.
Alongside a mirror selfie that showed Kendall in the undergarments, the Instagram account Problematic Fame wrote: “This photo is very photoshopped. Kendall is obviously very gorgeous but these are not her real proportions, nor are they anybody’s.
Fans pointed out the inconsistencies in the photos
Social media users begged others to not ‘compare’ themselves to Kendall
An Instagram account encouraged others to remember their bodies are ‘perfect’
“Please don’t compare yourself to heavily edited images. Even Kendall doesn’t look like this irl.”
Sharing side by side photos from the shoot that showed Kendall’s body looking slightly different, the account added: “She is posing in both, yet one is clearly photoshopped.
“Nobody’s belly button is just a tiny slit, nobody has a completely flat stomach 24/7.
“Everyone is gorgeous just as they are. This ridiculous photoshop needs to stop.”
Fans took to Twitter to slam the reality star
Some called out the entire Kardashian family for promoting ‘unrealistic standards’
Others called the post and message ‘unacceptable’
Fans continued to take to Twitter as they slammed Kendall for promoting an unrealistic body type, as one person wrote: “The whole family of them should be called out they all photoshop and facetune their pics to death and create this f**king unrealistic standard no one can ever achieve.”
Another person added: “Stop taking advantage and making money off of young women’s insecurities. It’s gross and this is 2021, let’s leave it in the past and in the trash.”
A third chimed in: “This is unacceptable when so many ppl look up to her and struggle with horrible self image and self esteem issues. And calling out someone for photoshopping themselves isn’t body shaming. How is it body shaming when this ain’t even her real body lol.”
The backlash was in response to a photoshoot Kendall shared on Friday
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