Kylie Jenner has removed a bikini picture from her Instagram after fans accused her of editing it.
The 22-year-old billionaire posted a series of pictures in a multi-coloured swimwear set which caught people's attention.
Taking to Twitter, people started sharing the picture calling out the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan. Others were quick to encourage her that she didn't need to edit pictures.
One wrote: "It must suck to be a celebrity like Kylie Jenner who constantly feels like she has to be perfect and thinks she has to facetune and photoshop every picture. Just be you girl, you're enough!"
Another added: "Kylie first posted a slide of two Instagram pictures in the beach and one of them had clear photoshop that had me dead and then fans started noticing and commenting and she deleted it and reposted it with more pictures and cropped out the part that shows clear use of photoshop."
A third wrote: "Bruhhh, I saw the pool want bent, commented and she deleted the picture, you better fix the photoshop skills."
Kylie Jenner isn't unfamiliar with being the subject of backlash from people on social media.
Back in January she was branded a 'hypocrite' for sharing a snap of mink slippers after mourning animals that died in the Australian fires.
Shortly after posting that the potential death of around one billion animals 'breaks her heart', she then uploaded a picture of a pair of Louis Vuitton mink fur slippers - prompting many to call her out.
One person took to Twitter with screenshots from Jenner's Instagram Stories, along with a screengrab of the slippers from the Louis Vuitton website.
According to the designer label's online listing for the 'Homey Flat Mules', the shoes retail at £1,080 ($1,417) and are made from 'mink fur' with a 'mink fur insock'.
Someone else also referred to Jenner's social posts as the 'biggest hypocrisy of 2020', sharing two of the same screenshots.
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