Khloé Kardashian isn't letting the critics bring her down

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Khloé Kardashian‘s not here for the haters.

After getting called out by commenters on Instagram multiple times for appearing to Photoshop her pics, including her most recent “good vibes only” selfie, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 34, finally clapped back at her critics.

While many fans and friends of the star commented saying how stunning she looks in the photo, others accused her of editing the image excessively. “Your eyes got pulled back too much,” one person wrote.

Kardashian replied to the comment, making it clear that the criticism wasn’t bringing her down.

“now my eyes are pulled back? Lol oh man… you guys are really reaching. But sure, whatever you want to believe. I’m good with whatever babe 💜much love sent your way,” the star wrote.

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Credit: Khloe Kardashian/Instagram

When another person commented saying they were disappointed to see Kardashian cover up her mole on her right cheek, one fan swiftly jumped to her defense. “I have 3 on mine. Ahh the miracles of foundation and the laziness of taking it off with a q-tip in those spots,” the person wrote.

Kardashian appeared to be grateful for the love and sent multiple kiss face emojis to the supporter in the comments.

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Credit: Khloe Kardashian/Instagram

Kardashian previously defended herself from Photoshop accusers when she shared a photo of herself leaning her head forward and reaching for her long, platinum hair. Some pointed out that it appeared that she has two thumbs because of the blurry style of the photo.

“Do I see two thumbs???” one fan asked in the comments.

Someone else wrote, “I didn’t even notice but now that it was brought to my attention it does look insane.”

When one person asked her what she would do if photo editing apps disappeared for ever, Kardashian came back with the most epic response.

“Would you? Sometimes I wonder why people comment if it adds no value to ones life? Maybe I’m just different… but I don’t care to be negative or passive aggressive. Our world is toxic enough as it is. It’s sad people care to criticize something like an editing app,” the star wrote.

She added, “Let it go babe. Say something nice or just let it go. Don’t add to the hatred in the world. How does this serve you love?”