Kylie Jenner Accused of Stealing … a Nude Photo This Time (Read Deets of Theft)
Kylie copying Amanda Ensing (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Kylie Jenner finds herself in another scandal. This time, it’s a case of a stolen pose! Now, Kylie is no stranger to stealing other people’s ideas and marketing as her own. We all remember when her lip kits came out and she was accused of copying the artwork of a smaller artist, for her dripping logo. And now Kylie Jenner is accused of copying an Instagram pose that got her quite a lot of views and likes. The pose we’re talking about is the nude image of Kylie in nothing but a hat, while she was on her brand trip for Kylie SkinJeffree Star Hath Spoken on Kylie Jenner’s Skin Care Products: ‘Hahahahahha’.

Remember in school when you say the right answer and someone else hears it only to yell it loudly to get all the credit? That’s exactly how this small influencer felt when Kylie posed for an Instagram picture and people went bananas over it. Amanda Ensing, a YouTuber and influencer posted a picture on Instagram on about a month ago where she’s sitting naked in the bright sunshine, with nothing but a huge hat on her head. The hat is hiding her face and as she tilts her head down. Three days ago, Kylie Jenner posted a picture on Instagram with something similar. It took absolutely no time for the picture to go viral all over the internet. Kylie Jenner Flaunts Her Voluptuous Curves In A Black Bikini And We're Going Hubba Hubba Over It! View Pics.

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Not only is the pose, but even their nails are similar. Just like Kylie, Amanda too has a neon manicure. Amanda currently has 1.4 Million followers compared to Kylie Jenner to has 140 Million followers on Instagram. Fans were quick to call Kylie out on this and flooded her comments with criticism and asked her to give credit where it’s due.