KAYLA Sessler has been accused of blackfishing once again.
The 22-year-old Teen Mom star was seen in a selfie video looking tanned with sleek black locks.
The image quickly became a talking point among fans, as some Reddit users thought she looked unrecognizable.
One user said in disbelief: "Did she get a racial transplant? Or does she identify as black?"
"Even her emoji is Blackfishing" came another comment referring to the hand emoji Kayla chose in the snap.
'WANTS TO BE BLACK
Another said: "She wants to be black."
The comments also questioned with Kayla has had fillers as they asked, "Doesn’t look like her."
Blackfishing is when people use makeup or tanning to make their skin appear darker and is usually seen as a form of cultural appropriation.
And it's not the first time Kayla has been accused of changing her appearance.
Meanwhile, Kayla revealed she's pregnant with her third child in the Young & Pregnant trailer.
The baby news came after the mom-to-be again recently claimed her baby daddy, Luke Davis, cheated.
She shares daughter Ariah with fiancé Luke and has son Izaiah, three, with ex Stephan Alexander.
An explosive clip dropped last month from the upcoming season of Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant that showed her in a physical fight with Stephan's mother, Annette.
In the clip, which aired during the Teen Mom 2 reunion special, production security staff had to break up the fight.
The clip showed Kayla sat down with Annette before the two got into a disagreement, with Kayla accusing Izaiah’s grandmother of being absent.
Back in May, Kayla revealed that Izaiah's father hadn't seen his son since he was a year old.
She told a fan who asked if her son had contact with his father during an Instagram Q&A: "Remember the scene last season where I took Izaiah to the park to meet Stephan?
"Yeah, that was the last time. I was still pregnant with Ariah and Zay was only one."
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