Kim Kardashian is clearing up some significant weekend drama involving one of her most talked about social media posts ever.
Kim Explains It All
On Monday, March 26, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posted a message on her website. She decided to confront the fans and members of the media who believed she posted a photo on social media that was embellished through the Adobe Photoshop software.
"I'm seeing online and on news media outlets that I suffered a "Photoshop fail." So ridiculous! I reposted [a] picture on Instagram that a fan already posted - I only added a filter to it. It looks like the fan mirrored the photo, which is the reason why the car looks like that," wrote Kim on her website.
The mother of three also added that she questioned her critics point blank and asked why people are offended by the photo. Kim also said that she was confused on why people would use Photoshop on a paparazzi photo to make a car look like that. According to People Magazine, the social media influencer and beauty entrepreneur decided to post both the original picture and the doctored image side by side on her website.
A Revealing Interview
Before she defended her actions regarding the 'Photoshop Controversy,' she sat down with Elle Magazine for an interview. Kim revealed to Elle's readers that she values entrepreneurship over fame. She also added that if push came to shove, the television mogul was ready to say goodbye to the paparazzi and focus on business.
Kim also stated that she had learned a lot from her husband, Kanye West. She noted that the "Gold Digger" rapper taught her how to be more outspoken and not to be afraid to share her views. In return, the Selfish author advised her husband to be more mindful whenever he decides to speak out and to harness his emotions for good.
Marching And Fighting
On Saturday, March 24, Kim flew to Washington, D.C. to participate in the March For Our Lives movement. She brought her oldest daughter, North West, along with her husband to join in the march across the nation's capital. She posted a photo of the duo on Twitter. The March For Our Lives advocacy march was to raise awareness for better gun control laws across the nation.
Before she left for Washington, D.C., Kim got into a massive fight with her sister, Kylie Jenner. The sisters bickered over Kylie's boyfriend and father to daughter Stormi Webster, rapper Travis Scott's new face tattoo. A Kardashian-Jenner insider told Hollywood Life that Kylie freaked out on Kim after her older sister stated some alleged harsh remarks against the "Goosebumps" rapper.