As the Kardashians continue to post photos from their tropical island getaway amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Kim Kardashian’s latest bikini snap has been called out online.
Eagle-eyed fans think they’ve spotted a pretty hilarious Photoshop fail in a photo of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posing with her sisters, Khloe and Kourtney.
In the photo, the three women are all standing posing for the camera, wearing an array of extremely high-waisted string bikinis.
However, fans believe Kim may have slipped up on the editing tools, as the arm she has behind Khloe back seems to just disappear from the photo.
The new controversy comes as the Kardashian clan have faced a torrent of backlash over their lavish getaway.
Kim reportedly rented out the whole island for her 40th birthday, asking everyone to self-quarantine for two weeks beforehand and making sure they all received negative coronavirus results before getting on the plane.
However, fans have been left outraged over the show of wealth as millions struggle amid the pandemic.
“The fact that you're still acting like nothing happened. when are you gonna acknowledge that what you're doing is careless,” one person wrote.
“Shame on you. We have a pandemic going on,” a disgraced fan wrote.
“Lmao and people just wanna see their families but can’t cause of the pandemic but ok girl flaunt your wealth,” another said.
“Ok so you have the $ to rent an entire island nice but seriously most of the general population in this country are suffering,” a person commented online.
It comes as Khloe revealed she had the coronavirus in a sneak peek of a new episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
"Just found out that I do have corona," Khloe later says.
"I have been in my room. It's gonna be fine, but it was really bad for a couple days."
It seems the Good American founder has recovered from the virus, as she was seen in pictures from Kim Kardashian’s lavish 40th birthday party over the weekend.
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