Khloé Kardashian slammed for forcing ‘insecurities’ after editing daughter’s photos

 Khloé Kardashian slammed for forcing ‘insecurities’ after editing daughter’s photos

Khloé Kardashian/Instagram

Khloé Kardashian recently found herself at the center of a controversy following the release of Easter photographs that featured her five-year-old daughter, True, in a manner that many speculated had been digitally altered. The reality TV star, known for her role in “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” shared these images on her Instagram account, capturing the festive spirit of her family’s Easter celebrations.

The images included a lineup of family members such as Kris Jenner, Khloé’s son Tatum Thompson, along with her niece Dream Kardashian, and Chicago West, daughter of Kim Kardashian. Despite the festive intent, attention swiftly pivoted to True Thompson, whose appearance in the photos raised eyebrows among the public.

Observers pointed out that True seemed to have been subject to digital editing, sparking a wave of criticism aimed at Khloé for the perceived manipulation of the images. Social media users, particularly in the comments section of the post, expressed their disapproval and concern over the alleged use of photo editing tools on images of children, as per reports Daily Express.

The backlash was marked by a slew of critical comments, with many calling into question the appropriateness of applying such digital alterations to photos of young children. This incident has ignited a broader conversation about the impact of image editing in social media posts, especially when it involves minors.

The controversy underscores the growing scrutiny public figures face regarding their digital practices and raises important questions about the standards and norms of image presentation in the age of social media. It also highlights the delicate balance celebrities must navigate between curating their public personas and maintaining authenticity in their online representations.

As the debate continues, it remains to be seen how this incident will influence public discourse on digital image manipulation and its ethical implications, particularly concerning children in the public eye.

Calling her out for using ‘filters’ on children, one user wrote: “Please, please, please stop putting filters on children’s faces… be proud of how they look naturally. This is heartbreaking.”

Another person chimed in, adding: “Khloé, don’t put your insecurities onto babies, that’s unfair.”

While a third mentioned that the 39-year-old is preaching that “teaching your child your own beauty isn’t good enough.”

This is not the first time as Khloé made headlines last Easter as well, sharing similar filtered snaps that were an open invitation to criticism.

One user wrote at the time: “Not gonna lie, Photoshopping the kids is next level f***** up.”

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