Kendall Jenner speaks out about the photoshopped image of her protesting

Pepsi circa 2017 anyone?
Kendall Jenner speaks out about the photoshopped image of her protesting
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A photo of Kendall Jenner has been circling social media for a few days and creating quite the buzz online. The image in question shows the supermodel posing with a Black Lives Matter sign amidst protests, although the shadow of the sign isn't visible in the image.

Many people on Twitter have been criticising this post, saying that she photoshopped the sign onto the post to feign solidarity with the current movement against systematic racism and police brutality.

It seems that the post was uploaded onto Kendall's Facebook account. 

It's safe to say that the Internet was NOT impressed by this, and lashed out at the Kardash-Jenner, bringing up her previous mistakes when it came to speaking out for social justice online. AKA *the* 2017 Pepsi commercial. 

Lest we forget this (extremely) tone-deaf ad that she starred in three years ago - I mean, Twitter deffo still remembers it. 

Kendall has responded to these current photoshop accusations on Twitter, saying "this is photoshopped by someone. i DID NOT post this."

Photoshopped or not, click here to help the Black Lives Matter movement and support protestors, even if you are not able to attend protests yourself.