• Khloe Kardashian admitted that she altered True's Disneyland photos with her cousin Chicago
  • Many netizens wondered why the reality star had to edit True's pictures 
  • One Instagram follower claimed Khloe might have done it to promote her new show

Khloe Kardashian addressed the confusion about True's Disneyland photos and seemingly confirmed that the snaps with her cousin Chicago were photoshopped.

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" alum celebrated her daughter True Thompson's 4th birthday with her sister Kim Kardashian. They spent the day visiting the theme park in Anaheim. In one of Khloe's posts on her Instagram Story, she said it was "True's first time" at Disneyland.

Her statement raised some eyebrows as Kim shared photos of her daughter Chicago with True at Disneyland on Dec. 31. It sparked the speculations that True's photos with Chicago at Disneyland on New Year's Eve were photoshopped, and a fan bravely asked Khloe about it.

One fan shared Chicago and True's photos on Disneyland last year on Instagram. It also featured Khloe's post on her Instagram Story, saying, "This is True's first time to Disneyland." The netizen wrote in the caption, "The Disney photoshop conspiracy theory is back."

One netizen shared a screengrab of the Instagram post on Twitter and tagged Kim and Khloe. "The people have questions," the online user wrote.

"Welllppp I f--ked this one up. Anyways….. let’s focus on something else," Kardashian commented with a laughing emoji. "Our show airs in a few days."

Khloe's response received mixed responses from her followers. Some praised her for being honest, while others wondered why she had to edit her daughter's photos.

"Why did you even do that? Like that was beyond weird," one asked.

"She constantly photoshops her beautiful 4-year-old. The fact she edited her into a whole new world IS weird, but Photoshopping, filtering, editing. It’s their way of life," another added.

"Love how real this made you. We see characters on a screen, but this reply just made you seem normal," one fan replied to Khloe's comment.

"Mind your business. It's her life, her family, [and] she's an amazing mom. Let Khloe make her own choices and decisions," another supporter wrote, defending Khloe from those who questioned her. "She lives by her own rules if you don't like it, get off her page. I haven't seen her do nothing bad to anybody or anything ever. She can live her life any way she wants."

Meanwhile, another user speculated that it was just for promotion since Khloe and Kim's new family reality show "The Kardashians" is about to premiere. "It's literally all for promotion. What a weird thing to tweet about then get rewarded for bringing it up," the user wrote.

"The Kardashians" premieres Thursday on Hulu.

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PARRAMATTA, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 21: Khloe Kardashian waves to her fans during a Khloe Kardashian for Kardashian Kollection In-Store Appearance and Signing at Westfield Parramatta on November 21, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Brendon Thorne/Getty Images