Kendall Jenner said in a tweet on Saturday that a picture appearing to show her holding a Black Lives Matter poster — without a congruous shadow behind her — was “photoshopped by someone.”
The image was shared widely on Twitter after Andru Edwards, a YouTube tech personality, shared what appeared to be a screenshot from a Facebook post.
this is photoshopped by someone. i DID NOT post this. https://t.co/nQ7uNnGB20
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) June 6, 2020
Insider could not independently verify the original source of the doctored image, but the unedited version of the picture was taken in November.
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Kendall Jenner denied involvement in what she called a “photoshopped” version of an old picture of her that stirred controversy online.
The image showed Jenner wearing a black mask and holding a cardboard sign that said “Black Lives Matter.” But her shadow on the concrete indicated that the sign had been edited into the picture and wasn’t actually there in real life.