Kim Kardashian has had a tough time recently.
She’s been struggling to keep her fans happy.
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Last week she caused a stir on the internet because of unphotoshopped pictures of her backside.
She even lost a large number of followers on Instagram because of the incident.
You’d think she’d be back on track now, but it doesn’t look that way.
She’s managed to get herself in trouble once more.
Eagle-eyed followers of Kim’s Instagram account have recently accused the reality star of heavily editing her latest selfie.
What gave it away?
It was her glowing complexion and blemish-free face.
Her latest ‘controversial’ selfie was aptly captioned ‘CLOSE UP’.
The selfie showed Kim, 36, fluttering her huge false lashes in a doe-eyed stare.
All while her face looked virtually make-up freep sparing the shimmering eyeshadow and a baby pink lip gloss.
Her faultless look sparked suspicion among fans.
One follower commented: “Photoshop on fleek.”
Another wrote: “How photoshopped is this picture though? Lol.”
It seems that Kim’s fans are as difficult to please as her.
They’re not happy if she’s edited her look, and they’re not happy if she goes natural. What’s a girl to do?
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