The New York Post Puts Kim Kardashian on Blast
By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
Kim Kardashian has found herself the target of yet another controversy. Just a few days after the reality star and fiancée of Kanye West debuted her post baby body on the cover of US Weekly in a sexy swimsuit, it appears that one publication is calling foul.
The New York Post was recently informed that Kim’s post baby body was airbrushed to look extremely slimmer at the request of the reality star herself. The publication also claims that Kim lied about the snaps being taken unexpectedly by paparazzi. Apparently Kim actually asked and paid the pap to come take the photos and airbrush them so she could sell them for about $100,000 to US Weekly.
The publication writes:
According to sources, Kim posed for the shots which were taken in secret by a friendly agency photographer. She then had the agency airbrush the pictures to make her look slimmer, smoother and more toned, and then the new mom personally approved each image before they went up for bidding among the weekly magazines.
Bidding opened at an eye-popping $90,000, and the pictures sold to Us Weekly for around $100,000, we’re told.
Kim also took her alleged dishonesty a step further and told Extra that she had not yet seen the bikini photos and the photos were snapped while she and friends were on the beach and they ran back inside once they spotted the paps.
The New York Post says that couldn’t be further from the truth considering the whole thing was staged at Kim’s request reportedly.
This isn’t the first time Kim has been accused of digitally altering her image, even South Park called her out for it on the infamous and very controversial season finale that aired earlier this week.
This clearly isn’t Kim’s best week.