After the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 34, posted a photo of herself leaning her head forward and grabbing toward her long, platinum hair with her left hand to push it back, fans noticed Kardashian’s thumb didn’t look quite right.
Upon close inspection, Kardashian’s thumb appears blurred so much that it looks like she has two of them. The reality star’s fans didn’t hold back their feelings, and quickly called her out for over-editing the image.
“Do I see two thumbs???” one fan asked in the comments.
Someone else wrote, “I didn’t even notice but now that it was brought to my attention it does look insane.”
However, others jumped to Kardashian’s defense once critics began slamming the star. “yall stop saying she photoshopped her hand she just moving her hand too quick,” one fan said. Another fan agreed with the theory that Kardashian was mid-movement when the photo was snapped, which probably caused the blurred effect.
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“The camera just caught her right as she was grooming her hair~get a grip,” the person commented.
Kardashian has yet to address the photo editing controversy, but in the past, she’s never remained silent when it came so social media bullies who accuse her of faulty Photoshopping. When the star and BFF Malika Haqq launched a makeup collaboration with Becca Cosmetics in December, Kardashian shut down critics who said she looked heavily edited in the campaign images.
In a video clip shared on her Instagram Story, Kardashian posted a behind-the-scenes glimpse at herself modeling at the Becca shoot and the live images as they were captured to show she didn’t look much different in the final photos.
“Haters always say it’s Photoshopped,” she captioned the clip to subtly throw some shade.
“Would you keep IG if all photo editing apps were gone forever??? Lol,” the Instagram user asked.
Kardashian didn’t hold back her feelings and replied, “Would you? Sometimes I wonder why people comment if it adds no value to ones life? Maybe I’m just different… but I don’t care to be negative or passive aggressive. Our world is toxic enough as it is. It’s sad people care to criticize something like an editing app.”
She added, “Let it go babe. Say something nice or just let it go. Don’t add to the hatred in the world. How does this serve you love?”
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com