Kim Kardashian took to social media to show her support for the March For Our Lives protest in an outfit that flaunted her lithe waist and fans can’t help but think it was photoshopped.
Amomama shares with you details of Kim Kardashian’s new photo that’s causing waves on social media as reported by Inquistr on March 25, 2018.
With the March For Our Lives protest wing the major thing right now, celebrities all over the world have shown their support for the cause as they either tweeted about it or literally joined the protest.
The Queen of Selfie and her husband Kanye didn’t want to be left out of the cause as they took their first daughter, North down to Washington to protest against gun violence in schools.
The KUWTK star who loves to flaunt her body attended the March dressed in a grey bra top paired with black spandex biker shorts and an orange oversized jacket to support the movement and she didn’t hesitate to share a picture of herself from the event.
She took to her Instagram to share a picture of herself in that outfit to create more awareness for the cause but fans were quick to spot what was wrong with the photo.
Many of her fans suggested that Kim’s picture was photoshopped as the car in the background seemed wrongly shaped like an oversized bug or an alien Batmobile as compared to the same picture taken of Kim by the paparazzi.
Also, they pointed out the pavement on which she stepped seemed strangely curved and normal.
Several trolls on Twitter suggested that her failed photoshopped picture got more awareness than her actual participation in the worthy cause.
The mother of three seemed to be bothered by the various harsh comments as she turned off her comment section on Instagram.
Kim also took to Twitter to share an adorable picture of her husband Kanye with his hair tinted and baby North at the rally.
‘I’m so happy I got to share this moment with these two. I hope North remembers this forever.’
Kim Kardashian And her family were among the numerous celebrities that left their comfort zones and marched to Washington to support the Let’s March movement. She sure deserves an applaud for that bold step.