FANS accused Kylie Jenner of editing a video of her flaunting her abs just two months after giving birth to her son.
The reality star and rapper Travis Scott welcomed their second child in February.
Kylie showed off her post-baby body in her Instagram Stories sporting a long sleeve black crop top and black baggy sweatpants.
In the clip, the mom-of-two recorded herself as she admired her figure in the mirror.
She appeared fresh faced letting her long black hair flow down.
The beauty mogul boasted about her mid-section in the caption, which read: "My abs over here trying to make a comeback finally," along with a slew of prayer hand emojis.
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Reddit users, however, weren't sold that the video was recently recorded as the TV star gave birth just two months prior.
The original poster shared a screenshot of Kylie's post along with the question: "Kylie just posted this… are we really supposed to believe this is a recent video of hers?"
The comments flooded with others also theorizing that the clip was a throwback as one replied: "It probably is. It’s the same phone case from all her other pictures."
A second person remarked: "Did she not get the memo that snap backs are tired."
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A third added: "As a mom of 3 I call BULLS**T."
While another asked: "Is it eve humanly possible to get back your abs just two months after giving birth?"
A fifth fan chimed in: "If this were real, she wouldn't have worn Baggy black jeans and an oversized jacket to Disneyland either….
"Not sure who she thinks she's fooling but she sh**s me because she got so much praise recently for sharing her post partum stomach photo and now this s**t is being shared and the young mothers feel like crap because of it. 🙄"
Last month, Kylie was praised for getting vulnerable with her postpartum body by highlighting her stretch marks and extra weight.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum shared a photo of her baby's feet resting on her stomach, garnering positive remarks from viewers.
One wrote: "As a mommy, I love the rawness of this picture. The stretched skin, the postpartum tummy, the little extra weight. I just love it."
Another added: "I love that she posted this. Normalizing normal bodies."
"For women who have such big platforms, this is the type of content we need from them! I love this so much!" a third posted.
Another fan declared: "Honestly, this is probably the most beautiful picture she's ever posted."
Kylie recently opened up to fans about her postpartum struggles, confessing that life had not been easy.
The TV personality – who is also mom to four-year-old daughter Stormi – shared an unfiltered video last month revealing how difficult things have been for her mentally.
She said: "… Postpartum has not been easy. It's very hard. This experience for me personally has been a little harder than with my daughter.
"It's not easy mentally, physically, spiritually. It's just been crazy. I didn't want to get back to life without saying that because I think we can look on the internet… and it could look a lot easier for other people, but it hasn't been easy for me…"
Kylie revealed that she is "feeling better" and told other moms that it's "okay not to be okay."
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Shortly after welcoming her son, the 24-year-old revealed in her Instagram Stories the tot's name was Wolf.
However, Kylie later announced that she and Travis, 30, had changed their son's moniker, though she has yet to reveal the child's new name.
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