Khloe Kardashian recently received criticism on social media after fans accused her of Photoshopping her hands in her latest post. In the photo, the reality TV star channeled Diana Ross for the singer’s 75th birthday party.

Kardashian is wearing a revealing gold dress in the picture, which she uploaded on her Instagram account. She is looking away from the camera while showing off her toned legs. But upon close inspection, it appears as though the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star has 14 fingers instead of 10.

“Please take a close look at both her hands and tell me I’m not the only one that sees the bad photoshopping???” one fan commented. “Girl has 14 fingers,” another follower said.

As of late, Kardashian has not yet explained why she has more than 10 fingers in her newest photo. However, this is not the first time that she was accused of Photoshopping herself. Two months ago, she also got roasted for allegedly editing her hands.

In the previous photo, Kardashian is holding her long blonde locks. Everything appears normal, but a closer look showed that the reality TV star might have just Photoshopped her thumb, making it look as though she has two.

“Do I see two thumbs?” one fan asked. “I didn’t even notice but now that it was brought to my attention it does look insane,” another person wrote.

One of Kardashian’s followers asked her what she would do if photo editing apps disappeared forever, and she gave a clever response. True Thompson’s mom could not believe that someone would ask her such a question.

“Would you?” she asked. “Sometimes I wonder why people comment if it adds no value to one’s life? Maybe I’m just different … but I don’t care to be negative and passive-aggressive. Our world is toxic enough as it is. It’s sad people care to criticize something like an editing app,” she added.

Toward the end of her response, Kardashian encouraged all of her fans to just let the Photoshop rumors go and say something nice instead.

Khloe Kardashian Khloe Kardashian attends Allergan KYBELLA event at IAC Building on March 3, 2016, in New York City. Cindy Ord, Getty Images