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Another Scandal! Beyonce Photoshopped To Look Thinner With ‘Fake Thigh Gap,' Fans Claim

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Apr. 26 2016, Published 6:32 p.m. ET

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Beyonce fans are quick to attack anything, even if it’s a magazine featuring the singer!

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Stans called out W, which posted a shot of Bey from 2011, claiming she was digitally altered to appear thinner with software like Photoshop.

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The image shows Bey, 34, standing with her legs crossed, but her famous curves are missing and replaced with a prominent thigh gap.

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“That's a bit disrespectful to photoshop someone that much,” one fan wrote. “Terrible photoshop. That thigh gap? Nope,” another commented.

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However, some fans were quick to point out that it was an old photoshoot from 2011 well before she gave birth to Blue Ivy the following year. But Beyonce is known to alter her own photos, so it may have been a request directly from the Queen herself!

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