Kylie Jenner is no stranger to making waves on the web, it's how she's made her millions, so it's no surprise that she's gained some negative attention again for a rather ~interesting~ photo.
Kylie took to Instagram to share a saucy selfie, wearing nothing but Puma undies and a white sweat-shirt. It might have been a super #IWokeUpLikeThis in full-makeup photo, but it didn't take long for fans to slam the star for "Photoshopping" her curves.
"Do you seriously think we're blind or something? Next time if you're going to photoshop your picture, don't make it too obvious. And always check before you upload it. #smh" wrote one fan. "Since when did walls start bending?" wrote another. "Woah designer wall I love that bend sensation," joked another.
While many made fun of the reality star for "Photoshopping" her hips to appear curvier, and her waist to appear smaller, some pointed out that the "door frame" might actually just be... you know... curtains?
Now, Kylizzle herself as hit back at the haters. She took to Snapchat to prove once and for all that she DIDN'T alter the pic with a video which she captioned, "for the photoshop police."
"So this is like my selfie mirror and my Snapchat mirror," she says. "So for future, this is a curtain behind me that looks crooked but it's..."
At least everyone knows the truth now.
With the existence of apps like FaceTune, and even regular use of Instagram filters, we all know that celebs and us normal folk are editing their snaps. At the end of the day, does it really matter?
You do you, girl.
This article previously appeared on InStyle Australia.