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Beyonce Photoshop? Hint: She Didn't 'Wake Up Like This'

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In this January 31, 2013 file photo, singer Beyonce addresses the media in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

By    |   Thursday, 18 Sep 2014 01:07 PM

Beyonce Photoshop rumors are flying once again this week after the pop star posted a bikini photo to her website that appears to have been digitally altered.

The photo in question shows the "Drunk in Love" singer descending a yacht staircase in a brown snakeskin bikini. The problem? It seems the diva has once again Photoshopped a thigh gap, as evidenced by the stairs between her legs. Take a close look, and it appears that one of the steps doesn’t line up correctly.

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"There's no question that Bey's body is on point regardless of any Photoshop magic, but if you look closely enough, you can see that one of the stairs is tilted," E! News reported. "Which only begs the question: Did Bey really edit her inner thigh in the snapshot? And if so, why?!"

This isn’t the first time Beyonce's thighs have made headlines. She also sparked some rumors with social media posts in April and August.




Many followers on social media are convinced the singing diva did use Photoshop on her pictures.







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