AceShowbiz - Brielle Biermann's enviable body has apparently sparked jealousy from some of her haters. The reality TV star and daughter of former "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast member Kim Zolciak-Biermann has been accused of going under the knife after showing her flawless skin in a new bikini picture.
On Tuesday, May 12, the 23-year-old model teased her mom's new luxury swimwear line Salty K by sharing on Instagram the photo featuring her rocking a cute mint green and purple printed two-piece with ruffled straps and a daring, strappy bottom. She sat on the edge of the pool, flaunting her perky booty.
The photo has left her fans gushing about her perfect summer body, with one follower commenting, "Hot girl summer." Another praised her body and bikini, "I love these bottoms and I need her body." Another echoed the sentiment, "Ok the bod AND the suit," while someone else added, "OKAYYY DAMN lookin better than evaaaaa."
But after one person asked Brielle, "How do you get such perfect skin. Like not one dimple or cellulite," some naysayers decided to jump in the comments to blast her. "uh filter," one person replied to the question, accusing Brielle of editing the photo.
Agreeing, another wrote, "exactly...little smooth and brush here, smooth and brush there." Someone else chimed in, "work and photo shop girl. Duh!" One other, meanwhile, went as far as accusing Brielle of getting plastic surgery as commenting, "nip and tuck."
This isn't the first time the "Don't Be Tardy..." star and her family have been slammed for Photoshopping pics and accused of going under the knife. Noticing their resemblance, some people suggested that Kim and her daughter Brielle had the same doctor performed some procedures on them.
Recently, Kim shut down a hater who claimed she was "morphing" into her daughters. "I'm sorry but you look like you're morphing into the same person. Must use the same Dr.," the critic wrote below a photo of Kim with her daughters.
Clapping back at the hater, Kim replied, "You are like 65 yrs old!! You would think that at your age you would have learned a thing or [two] about being negative and trying to tear people down. Guess some people never learn. Sending positive vibes your way and a hug."