Kim Kardashian has deleted a risqué photo showing her showering with her sister, Kylie Jenner.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star took to her social media channels to upload a series of snaps for Kylie’s 23rd birthday, with one in particular catching the eye of TV presenter, Piers Morgan.
“So weird,” he said on Twitter, linking to Kim’s birthday well-wishes to Kylie, which saw them both standing in a shower with white wet T-shirts on.
Fans agreed, saying they also found it strange that she would chose that photo to celebrate her sister’s big day.
“I very seldom agree with you but yeah....very weird,” one person wrote, with another agreeing, calling it “super weird.”
Others didn’t agree, with one person writing: “What's weird? Me and my sister are super close and if somebody paid me thousands and thousands to do shoots like this I wouldn't hesitate.”
Another joked:”Just two women having a shower together in their clothes to save water, cleaning themselves and the clothes simultaneously.”
Kim then decided to delete the photo, however she has left it up on her Instagram account.
It comes after Kylie Jenner faced backlash for her cameo in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s new music video for WAP.
Cardi B hit back at haters, saying she had no regrets about asking Kylie to be in the NSFW clip for her new single.
Cardi’s comments came in direct response to writer and producer Danielle Young, who called out how different Kylie’s cameo is from Normani’s, commenting on a clip of the singer dancing while “Kylie walked down the hall and opened a door”.
“If that’s not a perfect visual indication of Black women having to do the most and white women do the bare minimum to get somewhere, I don’t know what is,” Young tweeted.
The tweet caught the attention of Cardi B, who replied: “Normani is one of the best female artist that dances Like she dances her f****** a** off! Why would she open a door? Please tell me how that would make sense? The best part of the song is the beat & hook it what makes you want to shake your a**.”
The Grammy winner also added: “Not everything is about race. Theres issues out here in the world that it is about race that [I] preach all the time about. [This] is not about f**** race.”