Khloe Kardashian Savagely Trolled For Selfie On Instagram


Casually waiting for @justinemarjan and @joycebonelli to stop being so perfect

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Khloe Kardashian has received some pretty savage treatment on social media after she dared to post a ‘natural’ looking photo of herself.

According to the Daily Star, the Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s star, who is currently dating basketball player Tristan Thompson, was sporting, in their words, a ‘suspiciously plump trout pout’.

In the picture, the 32-year-old can be seen posing for a selfie with an excited fan – but apparently it’s dangerously out of sync with the ‘usual airbrushed snaps’ people are used to seeing on her social media.


According to a number of commenters Khloe is sporting ‘larger lips and a broader nose’ which sent seismic tremors through the online community.

One reasonable and balanced user wrote: “Khloe Kardashian and those raggedy ass lips are vile,” while another similarly well-meaning person added: “She looks like a man.”

The best point was raised by one inspired fan: “Too bad there isn’t [a] real life Photoshop app.”

Throw back pic…. I miss my in shape body ?? put down the fork Khloé

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However, some did leap to Khloe’s defence, with one person making the point:

I honestly don’t know what the problem is with people. So she’s ugly because of a pic? All of you out there saying trash about her because of this picture – all your pics better be fabulous, filter or not.

Khloe Kardashian you’re beautiful the way you are.

This latest scandal, or #nofiltergate as it is sure to be known, comes after Khloe admitted to being a fan of popular image and video editing software, Photoshop.

Hailey inspired hair buns ?

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Khloe said she ‘believed’ in airbrushing apps and (I’ve looked into this,  there’s some pretty strong evidence to suggest they do exist) added: “Who doesn’t love a good filter? Who doesn’t want to airbrush here or there?”

The defining question of our time.