04/11/2014 09:20 EDT | Updated 04/29/2014 10:59 EDT

Beyoncé Accused Of Photoshopping Thigh Gap In Instagram Photo

Beyonce has been caught up in the thigh gap debate!

The sultry singer is being accused by fans of photoshopping space between her legs in a vacation photo she posted on Instagram this week.

In the pic, the "XO" singer is seen about to hit a ball on a golf course, while wearing a pink bustier and retro red and white striped bottom which showed off her long, toned legs.

After posting the pretty pic, Bey's Instagram followers sounded off, alternatively accusing her of Photoshop foolery and of losing lots of weight:

@iman_abdulhadi: Haha photoshopped I guess. That thigh gap is bigger than mine omg

@Tashlara: "Some of Bey's pics are photoshopped! But how do we even know if she posted this picture? She has lost a lot of weight and it wouldn't surprise me, if this was how she really looks. Looking at both pics posted playing golf, her thighs look bigger in one then the camera gets her at another angle in the next photo. If it is photoshopped not a good look, Bey fans would love a true likeness of their Artist."

@myfairmimsey: Seriously? As someone who sings about empowering girls and women, its a shame that you post pictures of yourself that are clearly photoshopped.

@annaelektrakoukis: where are beyonces legs?

@Maria Bee: really @Beyonce? we all love your thick thighs. NO reason to Photoshop a thigh gap in there..

As of press time, the 32-year-old hasn't responded to the allegations, but that's probably because Bey is still enjoying her relaxing vacation in the Dominican Republic, where she and hubby Jay Z are celebrating their six-year wedding anniversary.

While we think that Photoshop is definitely a possibility (hey, it's been done before in fashion ads), we can't picture the stunning star going out of her way to make her already gorgeous body look smaller.

What do you think? Do you believe that Beyonce photoshopped thigh gap on herself?

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