By: Cole Delbyck
You hear that? That's the sound of Kim Kardashian crafting a fire tweet.
"@KimKardashian I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than... our bodies," she tweeted in March.
Moretz later defended her comments, explaining that she was in no way "slut-shaming" Kardashian, but instead commenting on the ways she uses her celebrity platform.
The photo in question is a black-and-white snap of Moretz at the beach, in which she poses topless with her back to the camera. It is, of course, way less explicit than Kardashian's, but seems a tad hypocritical in retrospect.
In the caption, she credited the photo to her famous boyfriend, Brooklyn Beckham, and wrote "Laguna."
Beckham also shared a snap from the beach day, featuring a fully-clothed Moretz in a bikini and overshirt standing oceanside.
Social media users were quick to burst Moretz's bubble, expressing their disappointment on her shifting principles.
"Funny how you were blaming KK for the same kind of pic months ago," one follower wrote with another commenting, "ermm I thought you were against nude selfies?"
After her spat with Kardashian, Moretz tried to differentiate some of her more risqué photo shoots, like the now infamous Nylon cover, from the ones she critiques on social media.
"On social media, like on Instagram and stuff that I post, and the way that I view myself, and portray myself on there, that's definitely a much more personalized take," she explained to Elle. "I'm not collaborating with people to make that, it's my own social media platform in which I'm — it's not a character, it's just me."
We'll just be here patiently waiting for Kardashian's clap back ...