'Absolutely ridiculous': Paris Hilton reacts to trolls accusing her of photoshopping Britney Spears in pic
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Paris Hilton took to the comments section to deny the 'ridiculous' allegations claiming that she photoshopped Britney Spears in a new picture that she shared on Saturday, January 7. The 41-year-old television personality sparked a reaction on social media after fans accused her of digitally editing Spears and adding 'AI Britney' into a collection of latest snaps on a birthday tribute post to their mutual friend Cade Hudson, 35.
While Hilton added a series of pictures of her and Hudson posing with other celebrities, it is the snap with Spears that has grabbed the most attention. Skeptic fans flooded the comment sections raising concerns over the 'Toxic' hitmaker. "That is not Britney," commented a fan. "Is that an AI Britney??" wrote another user. "Look at her fingers!!! WTF Paris? You're becoming more and more shady to me and I used to love you dude." The troll went on: "How dare you participate in whatever is going on with Brit? This won't end well for you! And if you delete my comment it'll just solidify my thoughts about you." The wild reactions are likely to be in relation to the online theory claiming that the pop star is not in control of her life and that a body double has been used in recent images of her. This has led to the #WhereIsBritney trend with currently 119.7 million views on TikTok.
In an attempt to shut down the contentious thread of comments speculating photoshop claims, Hilton replied in the comments section and dropped the blame on a photo app called Remini for the mishap. She wrote: "To all of those asking. Some of these photos were taken on an iPhone so they ended up being blurry. So they used this app called Remini to make it look unblurry and sometimes the Ai distorts images. Didn’t want to even dignify this with a response. But some of these conspiracy theories are absolutely ridiculous."
It appears that Spears' massive fanbase did not buy Hilton's justifications as the allegations did not cease. "Seems Brit is the only celebrity with weird blurry photos," read a comment. "That’s not Britney, not her teeth, her smile, her hand. Also Cade is no friend of hers. Every post just makes things weirder," said another user.
This is not the first time that the iconic pop star's devoted fanbase has called out someone over a social media post. On December 30, 2022, Spears' husband Sam Asghari slammed all the claims of him controlling his wife's social media after she got out of her conservatorship. "No, I don’t even control what we have for dinner," Asghari told TMZ, in response. "You know, in the past, there has been a lot of stuff going on, so I understand where [fans are] coming from. They’re just being protective. If anything, they’re being good fans," he added.
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