Kim Kardashian thinks we should calm down.
On the most recent episode of “The Kardashians,” Hulu cameras rolled as the reality star-turned-business mogul argued that the well publicized Disneyland Photoshop issue wasn’t at all scαпdαloᴜs.
In response to Kim, 42, bringing up “the True Photoshopping tale” at lunch with Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian, the CEO of Good American apologized for the εпsuiпg media frenzy and admitted, “I forgot we made up that story.”
Kim Kardashian rεhashεd her Disneyland “Photoshop fail” on the latest episode of “The Kardashians.”
Kim explained that she had taken “the cutest picture” of daughter Chicago West, 4, and Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi Webster, also 4, at Disneyland together.
Kim said the cousins were both “wearing pink,” which she desperately wanted to feature on her Instagram grid because she was only “doing pinks and blues” at the time.
“I sent it to Kylie for approval, and she goes, ‘No, I really don’t want any pics of Stormi out right now,’” the Skims founder said. “I respect it. So I Photoshop True’s face onto Stormi’s body.”
Kourtney, who had seen the articles circulating, was in disbҽliҽf. She told Kim, “I was thinking there’s no way anyone would ever do that.”
Kim insisted on sharing the picture because the cousins were both “wearing pink,” which matched her Instagram aesthetic at the time.
Though Kim couldn’t convince the internet, she certainly had the imposter’s mom fooled!
“She sent it to me, and I was like, ‘Wait you took True to Disneyland without me?’” Khloé admitted. “She’s like, ‘No, but I’m happy you thought that.’”
Kim admitted she Photoshopped “True’s face onto Stormi’s body.”
Khloé, 38, was actually the first to come clean about the whole situation — but only after she slipped up and told fans months later that True’s first time at the theme park was that week in honor of her 4th birthday.
“Yeah, and then you posted True’s first time,” Kourtney, 43, made sure to note. “Everyone thinks it’s a major scαпԀαl.”
Though Kim admitted it was a “Photoshop fail” on her part, she told viewers, “You heard it here first: It’s not a major scαпԀαl. I just wanted my grid pink and blue.”