Kim Kardashian Trolled by Spencer Pratt for Photoshopping Her 'Trapezius Muscle'
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The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' alum has been mocked on social media by the former star of 'The Hills' for editing her thirst trap due to her alleged insecurity.

AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian continues facing backlash over her alleged Photoshop fail. This time, "The Kardashians" star was trolled by Spencer Pratt for editing her "trapezius muscle" in her swimming pool Instagram photo.

The former star of "The Hills" turned to his TikTok account on Wednesday, August 31 to mock the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum. "Kim is so relatable. I have always been insecure about my trapezius muscle," the 39-year-old TV personality joked in the video, in which he poked fun at an article explaining the apparent Photoshop fail.

"Why does she need one? I stand by this," Spencer continued. He went on saying, "Because, I mean, look at that. Who needs that muscle supporting your neck? That's just, like, a stupid muscle." His TikTok video instantly went viral, gaining more than 1.2 million views and nearly 130,000 likes.

Spencer, who was often viewed as the villain while starring on MTV series in the mid-2000s, received a bunch of supportive messages in the comments section. "MTV owes you and everyone else an apology for their editing bc now we are all able to see that u are an absolute treasure," one fan wrote. "I'm sorry about the things I said about you in the mid 2000s Spencer," another commented.

"Spencer was the Scott disick of the Hills," someone else chimed in. "You have completely redeemed yourself in less than 60 seconds," another wrote, with a separate person arguing, "Spencer > All Kardashian's."

One day earlier, Kim was exposed by a TikTok photographer named Caroline Ross for her alleged photoshop attempt. In a video that has since gone viral, the SKIMS founder's unedited photo was revealed.

"Kim K is notorious for Photoshopping out her traps. Why? I don't know, maybe it makes her neck look smaller. But this area right here has been Photoshopped out," Caroline said in the clip, before explaining, "When we zoom in, we can see that the water pattern behind her here has been warped. Using the liquify tool Photoshop, I'm going to now show you what it would look like without the Photoshopping applied to it."

After a few moments of editing Kim's photo, Caroline told the viewers, "Here's the photo that they released." She then showed Kim's unedited snapshot as saying, "Here is the corrected version. Check out the water patterns in the background."

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