Kourtney Kardashian left some viewers shocked on Tuesday after sharing a photo of herself lounging on the beach with seemingly no pants on.
The 41-year-old posed in a way that made it impossible to see whether or not she was wearing bikini bottoms.
The mum-of-three was pictured holding a large shell to her ear and captioned the snap, "You used to call me on my shell phone," referencing Drake's Hotline Bling.
"Put on some pants please," one user joked.
"Um, do you have bottoms on?" another questioned.
"Suns out bums out," someone else added.
It comes after rumours Kourtney is getting close with Travis Barker, who has been seen commenting on her posts a lot lately, making fans think the pair's friendship has turned romantic.
The reality star shared a photo of Travis' favourite movie True Romance and he commented, "You're so cool."
His daughter Alabama, who received a Prada bag from Kourtney for Christmas also commented on the snap with heart eye emojis.
Kourtney recently came under fire after claiming masks cause cancer, with the American Cancer Society being forced to issue a statement refuting the claims.
She shared a note to her Instagram stories which read “Those blue masks mandated at grocery stores & airplanes are made of PTFE, a carcinogen made of synthetic fluoride.
“According to Cancer.Org it increases the risk of liver, testicle, pancreas, kidney & breast tumors + ulcerative colitis, thyroid disease, preeclampsia and high cholesterol,” read the note shared by Kourtney. “High exposure can cause influenza-like symptoms and hemorrhaging in the lungs, leading to suffocation.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people wear face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The American Cancer Society was listed as the source of the information, but the message was condemned by a spokesperson for the organisation.
“There is no evidence to support the claim that the presence of PTFE in a mask causes cancer,” Dr. William Cance, chief medical and scientific officer of the ACS told Yahoo Entertainment.
“As a surgical oncologist, I, along with thousands of colleagues in the health-care profession, have been wearing masks for years to protect patients from the spread of infections.”
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