Kim Kardashian, 39, slammed for Facetuning herself to look younger than 10-year-old nephew Mason in new selfie

The photo left many people on social media wondering whether the reality TV star had taken her photo editing skills a bit too far


                            Kim Kardashian, 39, slammed for Facetuning herself to look younger than 10-year-old nephew Mason in new selfie
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Kim Kardashian recently posted a sweet selfie with her nephew, Mason Disick, on her Instagram page as well as on Twitter. The post, which was shared on May 15 and received more than 4,000,000 likes, shows the 10-year-old son of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick looking like a cool kid in a white hoodie, while Kim appears perfect with her flawless hair and makeup.

The 38-year-old captioned the snap as “My day 1,” to which her elder sister Kourtney replied with a weary face emoji while aunt Khloé commented: “OMG, the BEST photo!!!!” However, the adorable photo left many people on social media wondering whether the ‘Disaster Movie’ star had taken her photo editing skills a bit too far this time around as they accused her of making herself look younger than Mason.

“FaceTuned so bad you have that five-year-old looking like a 50-year-old trying to look like a 20-year-old,” one user commented, while another said, “Something doesn’t seem right here…” A third follower on Twitter wrote, “Creepy lil guy he look 10 but 45 all at once?” while a fourth one chimed in: “Plastic + Rat = KIM K”.

For many fans, it was also weird to see how Mason has grown from the tiny little cute kid running around in the background of the ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ show, to being a real-life kid with his own social media following. Despite his young age, Mason has already made his mark on social media and also got into trouble, not once but several times for his activities.

The first time the young one invited trouble was when he revealed his aunt Kylie Jenner and her ex Travis Scott were no longer together during a live session on Instagram in March. Soon after the incident, his mother Kourtney deleted his social media account, which he had opened without taking the permission of his parents. "I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like he isn't - he's 10! I think there's an age limit for Instagram. I think it's 13. I think on Instagram the thing that really worries me with kids is comments. People can be so mean,” the mother-of-three said at the time.

Mason recently got into troubles after a February TikTok video resurfaced online on April 28, and in which he was seen flaunting a wad of $100 bills. In the clip in question, he was seen dancing with his 16-year-old friend, Landon, while showing off a wad of $100 bills. He then fanned his face with the cash, all swag and style, while his friend continued to groove. The duo was dancing to the song ‘Animal’ by rappers Stunna 4 Vegas and DaBaby.

It was reported that his parents were unaware of the video, but Mason caught the attention of netizens and social media users and his fans found it quite amusing with one user saying, "He is rich, rich." However, reports claimed that TikTok deleted Mason’s account since it violated their service terms and conditions. Users have to be at least 13 years old to be able to use their services. Mason also caused a war of words when he called makeup vlogger Jeffree Star "spoiled AF" on social media.

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