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Instagram star Katya Elise Henry

Fitness model who took up personal training after realizing her posts were motivating people to go to the gym. She founded the website Workouts by Katya and has commanded over 5 million followers and growing for her content.

Anna Nystrom is a Swedish fitness model and social media personality

The Swedish bombshell Anna Nystrom  has built up her Instagram following to 8.1 million people, and they always respond positively to posts like this new one. Anna had nearly 45,000 likes in just 45 minutes on this photo and nearly 750 people took the extra step to comment and note how stunning she looked. The previous post featuring this same setting and bathing suit received more than 227,000 likes.

Fans appeared to keep their comments fairly simple in this case, describing Anna’s look as simply gorgeous, beautiful, and stunning in many cases.

Fans don’t seem to appreciate Kim Kardashian’s efforts to use a bit of digital magic to create the perfect family photo

The reality TV star has to Instagram Friday to show Flintstones-themed outfits Halloween family. Kim dressed as Betty Rubble, St. was Fred, North dressed as Wilma, and babies dressed as the Flintstones real toddlers – Chicago Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Psalm. Kanye West dressed as Dino, pet dinosaur Flintstones.

But this costume caused a bit of a problem for Chicago, Kim shared. Little did not realize that the giant dinosaur was really just a suit and his father was inside. So with Chicago apparently too scared to join the rest of the family photo, Kim let the toddler jump the snap and was rather a separate image of the digitally edited 21 months.

The results unsatisfactory, and fans had no difficulty Kim how poorly edited picture was.

“Lol I’m sooooo here for editing Chicago,” wrote another fan, adding emoji laugh-cry. “it’s good.”

Most comments on the issue seems to be in jest, and the vast majority of the thousands of comments seemed impressed with Halloween costumes coordinated family. The series of shots also won nearly 6 million likes.

This is not the first time that Kim Kardashian has been charged to look too much on the photo editing to make his photographs perfect look. Cosmopolitan reported, fans jumped to reality TV star several times with accusations that she used an obvious Photoshop part to give a more flattering look for herself.

Kim has sometimes pushed against these rumors, as it did in March 2018 when fans noticed a car that was crushed in the background of one of his pictures, apparently a liberal use of editing.

Kim responded by saying that she had actually done anything with the photo itself. Instead, she had re-posted a photo that a fan had done and added his own filter to it.

“I see online and new media that I had a” Photoshop fail, “Kim wrote in a post on his website. “So ridiculous! I reposted a photo on Instagram that a fan had posted I just added a filter for it … It looks like the fan reflects the photo, which is why the car looks like. “

Fashion brand introduced school shooting hoodies at fashion show and caused massive outrage

In a series of images displayed on their Instagram. Bstroy label highlighted a series of hooded sweatshirts featuring the names of schools that are well known as the site of some of the deadliest shootings mass in American history.

The Bstroy brand recently introduced its spring collection 2020 clothing at a fashion show. Among the clothes presented, there was hoodies featuring the names of infamous shootings in schools and bullet holes. This movement, which was described as “tasteless” and “disgusting”, created a game among Internet users, as well as school shooting survivors.

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The hoodies have the Sandy Hook ‘names “Columbine,” “Virginia Tech” and “Marjory Stoneman Douglas,” sewn on their foreheads. 26 people were killed in Sandy Hook, 13 people at Columbine High School 32 at Virginia Tech, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas 17 to High School.

Most Internet users thought that the fashion brand was “unethical” and “false” however, some people rushed to the defense of the mark in stating that _meant_ to create outrage and generate publicity for the problem of firearms in the United States.

Bstroy co-founder and designer brick Owens posted a statement about the clothing line on Instagram: “Sometimes life can be painfully ironic. As irony of violent death in a place where you considered a safe and controlled environment, such as school. It reminds us all the time of the fragility of life, shortness of breath and unpredictability but also reminds us of its infinite potential ‘.

Couple begs followers to pay $11,000

Catalin Onc and Elena Engelhardt, a German couple who run an Instagram “influencer” account, are currently under fire from the internet after creating a GoFundMe page asking strangers for roughly $11,200 to fund their ‘tandem bike ride’ to Africa. The internet was already understandably not pleased over their misuse of the GoFundMe platform in the first place, but kicked the resentment into 6th gear after learning that Catalin’s mom
is already working 2 jobs to fund their travels.

According to the duo’s GoFundMe request, “We need funds now for preparation as well as throughout our trip. Every dollar, every message, every couch or garden for our tent, any help you can offer will help us go further. We hope you all fancy and learn with US. TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Catalin Onc and Elena Engelhardt
People are calling for the couple to stop “sponging of your mother” and for the pair to work a job, but according to the couple, “getting a job is not an option” and would be “detrimental.” The post also read “My mother is funding us, she works two jobs and has not much herself.We didn’t raise her for cash however she loves that she is ready to assist.”

They continue that “Some can simply tell US to urge jobs, like everyone else and stop begging. But once you have the impact we tend to do on others’ life, getting a job is not an option. We may model and create quick cash, but we don’t want to advertise consumerism. A normal job at this time would be prejudicious.”

Catalin Onc and Elena Engelhardt

Commenters have taken to flooding both their Instagram and their GoFundMe page with angry comments such as “Lol no Get a job and treat your mum, she shouldn’t be funding her grown son to wander the world like a lost boy [sic],” and “You’re not impacting anyone’s life, you are just a couple of freeloaders trying to get holidays for paid for by mugs.” Onc and Engelhardt released a statement through their IG page saying “Some people are quick to judge and speak. At this terribly moment, we tend to don’t have a lot of, we tend to ar acceptive cash from my mother and additionally donations however we tend to don’t hide that.This situation is teaching us a lot.”