Kylie Jenner Claps Back Against ‘Altered’ Baby Bump Photos As Pregnancy Rumors Persist!

Whether or not Kylie Jenner may actually be pregnant right now, she is NOT having it with what she says are blogs and paparazzi agencies doctoring photos to make her look like she has a baby bump!

On Sunday afternoon, the KUWTK star took to Twitter to address a set of photos that had recently been published exclusively by Daily Mail, which Kylie says are photoshopped and not real.

Related: Is Kylie Gearing Up For A Gender Reveal?!

The reality TV star, 20, went right after the photos and pointed out why she alleged one was false and (erroneously) gave her what looked like a baby bump in this tweet response (below):

Wow!!

Of course, her followers went crazy in supporting her and pointing out what they saw as flaws in the pictures, too.

The Daily Mail and the paparazzi agency have yet to comment in response.

Related: But What ABOUT The Baby Bump?!

It’s kind of interesting, though — it’s been a long while that these pregnancy rumors have persisted and Kylie hasn’t done much to confirm OR stop them… so what’s it all mean??

What do U think, Perezcious readers?!

Let us know in the comments (below)!!!

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Breaking News: At Least 26-Killed In Texas Baptist Church Mass Shooting (Shooter Identified) [Video]

At least 20 people were shot dead in Sutherland Springs, Texas, First Baptist Church. Reports say a man named Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire early during Sunday service killing over 20 people and injuring 20 more. Franklin is described as a 26-yr-old white male.

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Lamar Odom Collapses In VIP Booth At Nightclub After Allegedly ‘Drinking For Several Hours’

So scary to see something like this, especially with a person like Lamar Odom who has long been battling addiction.

According to TMZ, the now-retired NBA star was “drinking for several hours” at a nightclub in El Lay late last night and early this morning before he suddenly collapsed in the VIP booth, leading security to rush in and take care of him.

Related: Kimye’s Surrogate Will Give Birth “Before Christmas”

The former Los Angeles Lakers star was out at Bootsy Bellows on the Sunset Strip in El Lay early Sunday morning when the alleged incident — which was also caught on video by another club goer — went down.

At the point when security rushed in, it does appear that Odom had regained consciousness after collapsing, and it’s not clear whether he sought medical treatment or went to the hospital.

Obviously, with his history of substance abuse issues being so well-documented, it’s certainly something to worry about regardless of whether it was “minor” or not.

Scary stuff.

Related: Lamar Odom Talks About Khloé And Her New Pregnancy

Not much else is known at this time, but whenever we know something else, we’ll pass it along. Best wishes to Lamar on good health…

To watch the video from TMZ Sports, click HERE.

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Shalane Flanagan Becomes First American Woman To Win New York City Marathon Since 1977

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Shalane Flanagan dethroned Mary Keitany on Sunday and became the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon since 1977, potentially ending her decorated career with her first major marathon victory.

Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya won the men’s race, holding off countryman Wilson Kipsang by 3 seconds for his first major victory.

Keitany had won three straight New York marathons, but Flanagan pulled away from the Kenyan great with about three miles to go. Flanagan finished in 2 hours, 26 minutes, 53 second, about a minute faster than Keitany. The American cried and yelled as she approached the finish line all alone.

The last American woman to win New York was Miki Gorman, who won consecutive titles in 1976-77.

Flanagan finished second in New York for her first marathon in 2010 but hadn’t run this race since. After a fracture in her lower back kept her out of the Boston Marathon in the spring, Flanagan trained hard for New York with an eye on Keitany.

Kamworor ran the race in 2:10:53. He and Kipsang embraced just past the finish line to huge cheers.

American running great and 2009 New York winner Meb Keflezighi completed his 26th and final marathon, collapsing as he crossed the finish.

Keflezighi won the silver medal in the 2004 Athens Olympics and has also previously won the Boston Marathon, the New York Times recalled.

Keflezighi blew kisses to the crowd, smiled and pumped fists in the air, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported. This was his 11th New York City marathon and his 26th race.

He first ran the New York City Marathon in 2002.

In the race, more than 50,000 runners from across the globe pushed themselves to the limit to traverse each of the five boroughs over a whopping 26 miles and change.

The day was dedicated to spirit and pride, and was marked by an unprecedented police presence to protect both the runners and the expected two and a half million spectators cheering them on along the city-spanning route.

The enhanced security was in response to the truck attack in Lower Manhattan on Halloween, where eight people were killed when accused terrorist Sayfullo Saipov sped down the popular bike path near the West Side Highway, mowing down innocent cyclists and pedestrians.

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Shalane Flanagan Becomes First American Woman To Win New York City Marathon Since 1977

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Shalane Flanagan dethroned Mary Keitany on Sunday and became the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon since 1977, potentially ending her decorated career with her first major marathon victory.

Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya won the men’s race, holding off countryman Wilson Kipsang by 3 seconds for his first major victory.

Keitany had won three straight New York marathons, but Flanagan pulled away from the Kenyan great with about three miles to go. Flanagan finished in 2 hours, 26 minutes, 53 second, about a minute faster than Keitany. The American cried and yelled as she approached the finish line all alone.

The last American woman to win New York was Miki Gorman, who won consecutive titles in 1976-77.

Flanagan finished second in New York for her first marathon in 2010 but hadn’t run this race since. After a fracture in her lower back kept her out of the Boston Marathon in the spring, Flanagan trained hard for New York with an eye on Keitany.

Kamworor ran the race in 2:10:53. He and Kipsang embraced just past the finish line to huge cheers.

American running great and 2009 New York winner Meb Keflezighi completed his 26th and final marathon, collapsing as he crossed the finish.

Keflezighi won the silver medal in the 2004 Athens Olympics and has also previously won the Boston Marathon, the New York Times recalled.

Keflezighi blew kisses to the crowd, smiled and pumped fists in the air, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported. This was his 11th New York City marathon and his 26th race.

He first ran the New York City Marathon in 2002.

In the race, more than 50,000 runners from across the globe pushed themselves to the limit to traverse each of the five boroughs over a whopping 26 miles and change.

The day was dedicated to spirit and pride, and was marked by an unprecedented police presence to protect both the runners and the expected two and a half million spectators cheering them on along the city-spanning route.

The enhanced security was in response to the truck attack in Lower Manhattan on Halloween, where eight people were killed when accused terrorist Sayfullo Saipov sped down the popular bike path near the West Side Highway, mowing down innocent cyclists and pedestrians.

(© Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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Shalane Flanagan Becomes First American Woman To Win New York City Marathon Since 1977

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Shalane Flanagan dethroned Mary Keitany on Sunday and became the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon since 1977, potentially ending her decorated career with her first major marathon victory.

Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya won the men’s race, holding off countryman Wilson Kipsang by 3 seconds for his first major victory.

Keitany had won three straight New York marathons, but Flanagan pulled away from the Kenyan great with about three miles to go. Flanagan finished in 2 hours, 26 minutes, 53 second, about a minute faster than Keitany. The American cried and yelled as she approached the finish line all alone.

The last American woman to win New York was Miki Gorman, who won consecutive titles in 1976-77.

Flanagan finished second in New York for her first marathon in 2010 but hadn’t run this race since. After a fracture in her lower back kept her out of the Boston Marathon in the spring, Flanagan trained hard for New York with an eye on Keitany.

Kamworor ran the race in 2:10:53. He and Kipsang embraced just past the finish line to huge cheers.

American running great and 2009 New York winner Meb Keflezighi completed his 26th and final marathon, collapsing as he crossed the finish.

Keflezighi won the silver medal in the 2004 Athens Olympics and has also previously won the Boston Marathon, the New York Times recalled.

Keflezighi blew kisses to the crowd, smiled and pumped fists in the air, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported. This was his 11th New York City marathon and his 26th race.

He first ran the New York City Marathon in 2002.

In the race, more than 50,000 runners from across the globe pushed themselves to the limit to traverse each of the five boroughs over a whopping 26 miles and change.

The day was dedicated to spirit and pride, and was marked by an unprecedented police presence to protect both the runners and the expected two and a half million spectators cheering them on along the city-spanning route.

The enhanced security was in response to the truck attack in Lower Manhattan on Halloween, where eight people were killed when accused terrorist Sayfullo Saipov sped down the popular bike path near the West Side Highway, mowing down innocent cyclists and pedestrians.

(© Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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More Than 20 Killed In Shooting At Baptist Church In South Texas

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (CBSNewYork/CBS News/AP) — A man opened fire inside of a church in a small South Texas community on Sunday, killing more than 20 people and wounding others before being “taken down,” authorities said.

CBS affiliate KENS 5, San Antonio reports that the shooting happened at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, which is 30 miles southeast of San Antonio. An official told The Associated Press that more than 20 people were killed in the attack.

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Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told the Wilson County News that a man entered the church and opened fire. He said the shooter is now dead.

The gunman has been identified as Devin Patrick Kelley.

KENS reports that it confirmed at the scene that some of the victims were children.

CBS News reported that the 14-year-old daughter of church pastor Rev. Frank Pomeroy was among those killed. The pastor’s wife reported that she and her husband out of town at the time, CBS News reported.

Meanwhile, CBS News’ David Begnaud tweeted that one of the wounded victims was a 6-year-old boy named Rylan, who was shot four times. Ryan’s uncle said the boy was in surgery late Sunday afternoon.

CBS News reported the gunman was shot after a car chase with police. It was not clear whether he shot himself or police shot him.

The pastor from a church down the road spoke to KENS-TV late Sunday afternoon.

“We’re holding up as well as we can. We’re a strong community. We’re strong in our faith, and we’re strong in believing that anyone that was killed in the church there is present with our Lord,” the pastor said.

The pastor said he never expected any such horror to happen in Sutherland Springs.

“This is Sutherland Springs. We’re not even an incorporated city,” he said. “We have a post office over here and a ZIP code, and two gas stations, two churches and a Dollar General.”

He said he found out about the shooting himself while preaching down the road, and first responders immediately went to help.

“I know everybody there,” the pastor said.

Dana Fletcher, a business owner in the area, told CBS News she saw a “ton” of sheriff’s vehicles and ambulances racing down the road. She said she doesn’t know what happened but said there was heavy police presence and people were being airlifted from the scene.

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Sutherland Springs is approximately 30 miles southeast of San Antonio, Texas. (credit: CBS News)

The Connally Memorial Medical Center told CBS News it received multiple victims related to the shooting.

Special agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said they were responding to the shooting, CBS News reported.

A law enforcement official said an FBI crisis response team is on scene to offer assistance to local police, CBS News investigative producer Pat Milton reports.

The FBI will be offering evidence recovery, offering to check through databases to see whether this person has any connections to international terror to see if its a terrorist event or a domestic situation, Milton reports. She says officials looking into it but they don’t know the motivation at this point.

President Donald Trump said he was monitoring the situation from Japan in a tweet Sunday.

Vice President Mike Pence tweeted he and his wife, Karen, “send prayers to victims & their families in TX.”

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) called the reports out of Texas “devastating.”

“The people of Sutherland Spring need our prayers right now,” Ryan tweeted.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also tweeted his condolences to those affected in the incident.

Abbott was headed to Sutherland Springs from Austin late Sunday afternoon.

In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a statement Sunday afternoon:

“My heart breaks for the victims of the horrific tragedy in Texas earlier today. These mass shootings have become appallingly and unforgivably common in our society, but we must not become numb to tragedy. We cannot accept mass shootings as part of who we are — this can and must stop. In the memories of those we lost today in Texas, and last month in Las Vegas, and last year in Orlando, and all across this nation, we must come together and say: enough is enough.

“Our hearts break for those men, women and children we lost on this darkest of days, and they break doubly because we have seen this too many times before. I join all New Yorkers in mourning this senseless tragedy.”

Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a tweet reading, “New York City prays for the town of #SutherlandSprings and mourns the tragic loss of life in so sacred a place.”

On Long Island, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano and police Commissioner Patrick Ryder offered their “condolences, thoughts and prayers to the victims, their families and to the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas in light of the recent incident.”

While there were no known imminent threats to Nassau County, police there have intensified patrols in all areas of concern.

“We are monitoring this attack along with federal, state, and local authorities,” the Nassau County statement said.

It was not immediately clear if the church was holding services at the time of the shooting.

Stick with CBSNewYork for more on this breaking story.

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