Head Hollywood MILF ("Mom I'd Like to Follow," thank you very much) Kim Kardashian is no stranger to public nit-picking over her physical appearance, but that doesn't mean she takes the criticism lying down. Now, she's firing back at allegations that her body — specifically her waist — was Photoshopped in Fergie's video for "M.I.L.F. $."

On Sunday (July 3), the Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality star attempted to quiet the critics by sharing a behind-the-scenes clip of the making of the music video on Snapchat. Unedited video footage seems to show the mom-of-two's body looking the same as it does in the finished version — teensy-tiny waist and all.

According to Kardashian, her enviable midsection in the video was not the result of Photoshop, but rather one of the waist-trainers that she and her sisters have arguably helped make popular on social media.

"F***YoPhotoshop #CorsetLife," she captioned the snap, which shows her husband, Kanye West, watching footage on a monitor.

Since Fergie's music video was released on Friday, July 1, critics have flocked to Twitter to call out the fashion mogul's hourglass frame, unwilling to accept that her figure could be anything other than the result of post-production digital magic.

Hopefully Kim's response will help to pour a little, well, milk over the flames.

Fergie's video is not the first this year to come under fire over waist-related, is-it-or-isn't-it Photoshop controversy.

Back in May, after releasing her "Me Too" music video, Meghan Trainor ended up pulling the original upload from Vevo and replacing it after viewers pointed out that her waist had been digitally altered. Like Kardashian, the singer used Snapchat to explain the situation to her fans.

"My waist is not that teeny, I had a bomb waist that night, I don’t know why they didn’t like my waist," Trainor explained. "But uh…I didn’t approve that video and it went out to the world. So I’m embarrassed."

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