Kim Kardashian has had a dramatic week, to say the least. To celebrate turning 40 earlier this month Kim took a group of close friends away for a holiday on a private island to celebrate. She shared a long post about the trip on Instagram and Twitter, a move that did not at all go down well on social media. But fans have spotted something odd about one of the pictures from the island getaway, and it has caused an old conspiracy theory to resurface.
The picture, which Kim posted last night, shows her and her friend La La looking very glam as they walk through the super luxurious secret resort. But before long, fans spotted something weird about Kim in the picture, namely, that it looks like she has six toes.
Oddly enough, this isn't the first time we've heard of the Kim Kardashian six toe conspiracy, in September of this year Kim posted a lengthy video to Instagram explaining that she does not, in fact, have an extra toe on her left foot, captioning it "very baffling."
"Everyone thinks that I have six toes, and it's really wild," she explained, before pointing the camera at her foot.
"But it's this, part of my foot, that when I wear a shoe just like this it like smashes down right here and in a picture, I don't know why, it looks like a sixth toe.'
A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Oct 28, 2020 at 2:42pm PDT
You can take a closer look at the foot in question below...
The old conspiracy theory was reignited after one fan pointed out the toe-cident in a response to Kim's tweet from last night.
Am I the only one who noticed she has 6 toes? 😂🤔 pic.twitter.com/pWkocRKY24
— Lillie ☪️ (@lillie_geeee) October 28, 2020
While some fans pointed out that Kim has already addressed the six toe conspiracy on Instagram last month, others pointed out that even if she were polydactyl (meaning she has an extra finger or toe), does it matter? While many fans still weren't happy that the focus was being taken off Kim's private island trip, and corresponding misjudged social media posts.
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