Kim K claims her WAIST was NOT photoshopped in new MILF video

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If the Kardashian girls are known for anything it's got to be their killer curves, but with the release of Fergie's controversial new MILF video people are once again questioning if Kim's waist really is tiny as it seems to be.

Mrs Kardashian West appears numerous times in the star-studded clip and – in classic Kardashian style – she is mostly seen in figure-hugging clothing.

But when the reality star is seen wearing a skin-tight body suit which looks like a pair of booty-shorts and a white MILF tee, her waist looks surreally small when compared to her hips.

Fans are continuing to suggest that her waist has been virtually trimmed down in the shot with comments like "omg her proportions look horrifying" and "the photoshop makes her look so distorted" appearing repeatedly online.

In an attempt to silence the haters – or prove she really does have the most naturally curvacious frame on the planet – Kim took to Snapchat on Sunday to share some behind-the-scenes footage from the making of MILF.

 

In the clip a blonde Kim can be seen posing on set while the caption reads "F*ckYoPhotoShop #CorsetLife", which would suggest that she has had some waist-defining help in the video but that it's of the more traditional kind rather than being technologically enhanced.

The authenticity of Kim's famous figure was also thrown into doubt back in 2014 when her Internet-breaking Paper magazine cover was released.

At the time Paper’s editorial director told E! News: “So many people have asked us 'Oh, is that butt…it can't be real, it's padded, you added to it, in retouching…' That is all 100 percent Kim Kardashian."

"We did not create a body. We did not shave pounds of her waist."

“That is who she is. That's what she looks like. That's why she's a superstar."

 

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