A WOMAN has sparked outrage after she photoshopped Nicki Minaj’s baby son to give him a “smaller nose”.
The rapper shared the first snaps of her three-month old earlier this week on Instagram after giving birth on September 30.
But one ‘fan’ caused outrage after sharing an edited version of the tot, deliberately giving him a “slimmer” appearance.
Taking to Twitter the sick troll posted a photo of Nicki’s son alongside a second snap where she had slimmed down his cheeks, nose and forehead using a photo editing system.
Captioning her snap, she wrote: “Smaller cheeks, smaller forehead, and smaller nose – before and after.”
The images have since been shared on Reddit where they have provoked outrage among fellow parents.
Commenting on the post, one wrote: “Growing up is hard enough. I'm eternally grateful that I did it before Photoshop.”
“100% cuter with those amazing cheeks” agreed another, while a third wrote, “Noooo this baby is so beautiful why would they even do that?”
A fourth ranted: “Imagine the body image issue this kid is gonna have his entire life, growing up in the public eye with every pic of him being photoshopped. Grade A way to f*** a kid up.”
Back in October, The Sun confirmed that Nicki had given birth to her first child with husband Kenneth Petty.
The Bang Bang, who got married last year, announced she was pregnant in July with a glam shot of herself cradling her bump on social media.
She posed kneeling on a pink bed in high heels, a pink bikini bottom and a decorated bikini top, a big smile and her arms caressing her baby bump.
She captioned the photo: “#Preggers."
The Trollz rapper married her husband Kenneth, a convicted sex offender, in 2019 after less than a year of dating.
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