Kylie Jenner has finally addressed the pregnancy rumors — sort of.
News broke back in September that the reality TV star is expecting her first child with boyfriend Travis Scott, and while she still hasn't confirmed or denied the baby news, she did take to social media this week to blast media outlets for posting allegedly photoshopped pics of her, Us Weekly reports.
Paparazzi spotted Kylie and her sister Khloe Kardashian — who's also reportedly due to give birth in early 2018 — boarding a private plane on Sunday; both women were wearing baggy clothing at the time, and multiple media outlets published the "baby bump" photos.
Kylie quickly took to Twitter to call them out for altering the images, writing, "First of all if you're going to photoshop my photos blogs/paps!! Check for the crooked lines in the background. 2nd photo is clearly altered."
X17Online, who took the photos, denied Kylie's claim, writing that the pics are "100% REAL! No Photoshop, #nofilter, no additives, no preservatives — all organic and all REAL!"
The Daily Mail shared a similar sentiment, writing, "DailyMail.com can confirm that these pictures have not been Photoshopped."
Later that day, Kylie took to Snapchat to post a pic of herself in the same outfit she wore in the supposedly Photoshopped pics — as proof of her claim, perhaps?
Meanwhile, fans on social media are asking the same question: "Are you pregnant or nah?"
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