Kendall Jenner accused of Photoshop fail as fans call out 'wild' hand size
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A member of the Kardashian clan being accused of Photoshop? It's not exactly shocking news, but Kendall Jenner's followers are going in.
Prepare for 'salad fingers':
The picture in question shows Jenner in a bikini with her back to the camera, peering around while perching close to the ground. Her right hand is touching the floor, however, its seemingly elongated shape and overall proportions have sparked suspicion among fans that the image may be edited.
Jenner has yet to respond to the accusations and confirm or deny the potential Photoshop fail in her latest Instagram photo dump uploaded Sunday, 12 February.
However, the model's followers are taking no prisoners and have swiftly tapped away at their keyboards to descend on the 27-year-old.
Enjoying the drama of a potential Photoshop fail all too much, users flocked to the post to poke fun at the fourth image in Jenner's photo dump.
One user wrote: "I hope u are okay. Did someone slammed the door and was your hand between it?"
"What up with that hand tho," another commented.
A third added: "You might need to see a doctor about that hand."
It appears the scandal of a potential Photoshop fail has spread far and wide too, with one user saying: "I’m here from tiktok to see the hand."
One TikTok user speculated whether or not Jenner hadn't Photoshopped the picture, but had simply taken 'a panoramic photo vertically instead of horizontally'.
However, others were fairly convinced the flaws in the picture point to poor Photoshop skills.
A user added: "The cut off tan."
"And the mountain on the back," another wrote.
A final simply resolved: "It's giving slender man."
Thankfully, Jenner isn't alone if it's true the picture is proof of a Photoshop fail - her sisters have been heavily called out for it in the past too.
Khloe Kardashian sparked an interesting debate about Photoshopping after an unedited bikini photo of her was uploaded to the platform by mistake and she threatened legal action.
Of 2,000 individuals between the ages of 16-39 surveyed, only 35 percent said the Kardashian had a right to be angry and that the unedited image being uploaded was an invasion of her privacy.
However, 65 percent said she had no leg to stand on getting so annoyed about the un-photoshopped image of her being posted.
Two-thirds of those surveyed blamed stars such as Kardashian for creating unachievable and damaging expectations of what bodies should look like on a social media platform with so many impressionable users as a result of using of Photoshop.
Tyla has contacted Kendall Jenner's representatives for comment.