Kardashian fans think they know the REAL reason Kim stopped getting spray tans as she appears much more pale in new pics

KARDASHIAN fans now believe they know the real reason Kim has stopped getting spray tans as she now seems to be much more pale.

The Hulu star has been accused of blackfishing in the past.

It all kicked off when a fan took to Reddit to share two side-by-side photos of the 41-year-old.

One snap has Kim looking shockingly tanned alongside her boyfriend Pete Davidson while another shows the reality star rocking what seems to be her natural skin tone.

"Kim has finally realized she can't continue with the excessive spray tanning if she is going to be with Pete," the thread was titled.

Others followed suit as one responded: "Wow that's like night and day! I hope she embraces her natural skin color- she looks far more beautiful like this."

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Another added: "I agree, she looks a million times better and more beautiful this way now.

"The dark brown/orange was not a good look, it was aging her actually."

"She looks better with her regular skin tone and when she has a natural tan…" a user said

However, one chimed in: "Didn't she try to get [Pete] to start spray tanning? Guess that route didn't work out so now she had to tone it down several notches."

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Back in May, fans noticed the Saturday Night Live alum, 28, was looking tanned while he attended the White House correspondents dinner with Kim.


ironically, fans also recalled the time the comic once slammed his ex Ariana Grande for her excessive use of spray tan.

Pete and Ariana had a fast-paced but short-lived relationship in 2018, and months later the singer graced the cover of Vogue, where she was criticized for looking overly spray-tanned.

Inside the magazine, she seemed to downplay her love with Pete, calling it a “distraction” as well as “frivolous and fun and insane and highly unrealistic."

In response, the funnyman attacked his ex in a stand-up special.

“Can you imagine if I did that?” he joked, referencing Ariana's scathing comments.

“My career would be over tomorrow if I spray-painted myself brown and hopped on the cover of Vogue magazine and just started s**tting on my ex.”


Meanwhile, during Kim and Pete's relationship, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum has still been spotted sporting a spray tan on numerous occasions.

In March, Kim was seen on an outing with Pete, but her shocking look led fans to accuse her of blackfishing.

The star wore a light blue jacket, sunglasses at night, and a noticeably orange face while out and about.

"Everything about Kim is out of control," one fan exclaimed at the time, while another added: "Yeah… That is not a flattering look."

"She’s going to destroy some sheets and towels with that spray tan. The bra and undies she has on will never be the same," another added.


Kim has not remained quiet, however, amid the harsh accusations as she spoke out after being ripped for her look in a 2017 KKW beauty ad.

She said in a resurfaced KUWTK clip: "I did a photoshoot for the first launch of my KKW beauty contour sticks and we wanted them really moody. I was really tan. I wanted to show the contour.

"The photos ended up being a little bit darker than I was…

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"There were some people online saying I was doing 'blackface' and that the photos were inappropriate."

She added: "… "The internet world is so toxic. And I feel like people are just waiting for you to make a mistake, just to point it out."

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