Kim Kardashian is finally explaining why a photoshopped picture of her niece ended up on her Instagram.
via Page Six:
While Kim Kardashian was perusing Page Six’s coverage of her and her penchant for editing photos – thanks for the clicks and shares! – the Hulu star came across our reporting on the TikTok theory that the family Photoshopped True’s face onto Stormi’s body in old pics taken at Disneyland in October 2021.
Following Khloé Kardashian’s subsequent admission, the Skims founder finally gave fans in her “circle [of] truth” an explanation for the bizarre decision via her Instagram Stories on Wednesday – despite claiming in the preceding slides that she does not edit her photos.
“OK OK sooooo you know I am all about my aesthetic! And my IG grid is pink and blue lately. Isn’t it so cute and well planned out!” she wrote over a screenshot of her grid.
“The original [Disneyland] pics were Stormi! However I asked @kyliejenner if I could post them and she said ? she wasn’t really feeling posting at the moment and so I respect that!” she continued. “But it wasn’t going to mess up my IG feed. Chi was wearing pink and it matched perfectly.”
Kim, 41, failed to explain why she could not post a solo shot of Chi in her pink ensemble – or just skip posting the pic entirely. Instead, she said she can “own up to” the fact that it wasn’t the aesthetic she was “going for,” as fans know “how much a good aesthetic means to my soul.”
“I will be damned if Kylie will ruin that for me and mess up my IG grid,” she continued. “So thank you True for taking one for the team!”
The former “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star said she didn’t think it would be “that big of a deal if her own mom questioned if I snuck her into Disneyland for the first time.”
Khloé, 37, was the first to admit that they had edited her daughter into the photos after she accidentally revealed she had just taken True to Disneyland for the first time in honor of her 4th birthday.
“Welllppp I f–ked this one up. Anyways….. let’s focus on something else ?,” Khloé tweeted earlier this month.
It was certainly weird — but no one really cared.