Kim Kardashian has once again captured worldwide attention after appearing in a nude photo.
The 37-year-old star was posing for a new promotional picture for her upcoming Ultralight Beams highlighters and glosses for KKW Beauty, reported Daily Mail.
Kardashian, covered in silver and gold glitter, barely hides her breasts with one hand while she holds up her silver hair in another. One can also see a hint of her infamous rear.
Within hours, Kardashian's Nov. 28 Instagram post attracted more than 1 million reactions and spread like wildfire throughout the internet.
Yet the photo produced mixed reactions among many.
"Expect the Kardashian's to go to extreme lengths to stay in the spotlight," opined one person in Daily Mail's comments section. "They are competing with another royal baby arriving and Prince Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle. How many times does the world need to KKW's nude body?"
"I think we can all agree that while this whole photo shoot idea is s3xist and objectifies women, she is far too old to be doing these sorts of things," added another.
"Can she not promote anything without taking her clothes off?" asked a third.
A few readers defended Kardashian.
"As per usual, the trolls are out in full force," shot back one. "You are beautiful Kim, don't let anyone tell you different. Fact."
Days before the photo emerged, Kardashian had captured headlines for a radically different reason.
According to Forbes, Kardashian joined the likes of Rihanna and Snoop Dogg in showing support for 29-year-old Cyntoia Brown, who is serving a 60-year sentence for killing the man who held her as a teenage sex slave.
Yet the star went above and beyond, getting her own attorney, Shawn Holley, involved in the case.
"The system has failed," tweeted Kardashian on Nov. 21. "It’s heart breaking to see a young girl sex trafficked then when she has the courage to fight back is jailed for life! We have to do better & do what’s right. I’ve called my attorneys yesterday to see what can be done to fix this. #FreeCyntoiaBrown"
Kardashian also pledged to help Alice Johnson, a 62-year-old grandmother who was sentenced to life in prison plus 25 years on a first-time, non-violent drug conviction.
"[Kim] asked me to help her find a way to help these women. We have already contacted Alice Johnson and her team of lawyers who are now actively trying to find ways to facilitate her release," Holley said, reports The Blast.