It’s about time using photoshop to change someone’s original self is stopped. Paris Jackson recently spoke up on Twitter about this, requesting her fans to not alter her skin tone to lighter or darker versions. Only a few days to that and another snippet of news regarding her being photoshopped is being circulated.

Jackson, who is seen in the Calvin Klein “Our Family. #MyCalvins” ad campaign with Milly Bobby Brown and Lulu Tenney, reportedly had her tattoos missing in some of the shots. On the brand’s Instagram pictures of the model are seen with all her glorious tattoos. But according to StyleCaster, some fans have noticed sponsored content with the ink on her skin missing.

Anyone who has even seen a single picture of the 19-year-old knows that she has a lot of colorful tats on her body. Accordingly, there are more than 50 ink marks that she owns and proudly showcases. Fans spotted this major difference and took to Twitter to express their disappointment. “Someone tell me why Calvin klein photoshopped every single one of her tattoos out,” wrote one Twitterer.

Fans are not happy with Calvin Klein for retouching her skin and sending out the indirect message that tattoos shouldn’t be approved of. “I appreciate everything y’all make for me, i enjoy every single edit i see. but please stop lightening my skin to make me look more white. and please stop darkening my skin to make me look more mixed,” Paris Jackson had written on Twitter earlier this month.

She had further added, “I am what i am. i’m aware of what i look like and i finally happy with it.” People are of the view that the fashion house must not have hired Jackson if they aimed to erase something that is seen as a part of her individuality. Calvin Klein has not spoken on the matter yet.