‘I Did Not Post This’: Kendall Jenner Speaks Up On Photoshopped Protest Picture

While it many assumed Kendall posted the Photoshop pic herself, others knew she wouldn’t make such a move.

An image that made it around and about on social media has caused a whole lot of turmoil. The said image showed Kendall Jenner protesting with a Black Lives Matter sign.

When people realized the picture had actually been photoshopped, Jenner faced backlash shortly afterwards. Those who came across the original pic immediately pointed out that Jenner’s shadow didn’t show her holding up a poster. While it many assumed Kendall posted the Photoshop pic herself, others knew she wouldn’t make such a move.

However, the supermodel still spoke out to defend herself and make it clear that she did not post the edited snap.

Including YG, Halsey, Ariana Grande, Meek Mill and more, many stars have been protesting against police brutality following the death of George Floyd.

He was just 46-years-old when he was killed by former Minneapolis police offer Derek Chauvin, who knelt on his neck until he lost consciousness and died.

All cops involved have since been arrested and charged for his murder.

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