North West
North West, daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.Reuters

Jennifer Aniston indirectly dissed Kim Kardashian's famous Paper Magazine's butt pic. The actress who showed her butt on a Rolling Stone cover at the age of 18 joked during an appearance at Extra saying, "I was an original, all right?"

On the old Rolling Stone magazine cover, Aniston is seen lying upside down with her butt visible in the background. "That was just innocent. There's nothing aggressive about that," she said in comparison to Kardashian's controversial shot.

For those who are not aware, Kardashian posed with an oiled derriere with a champagne glass placed on it. The photograph created a major controversy as it was speculated that it was photoshopped. However, the magazine's spokesperson, said that there was no drastic changes done to the reality star's photo. They were just airbrushed.

"But what I will say is that her butt was not padded. It is not augmented. That is all really her. But, yes, there was retouching done to clean things up and make things look amazing," magazine editor-director Mickey Boardman admitted, according to US Weekly reports.

Jean-Paul Goude shot Kardashian in provocative poses. He is a known illustrator and photographer.

Meanwhile, Aniston is currently promoting her upcoming movie "Horrible Bosses 2." The film is a sequel to "Horrible Bosses," and stars Aniston as a dentist. It tells the story Nick, Dale, and Kurt, who start a business. Things go haywire, when an investor, tries to take them down. To teach him a lesson three friends decide to kidnap his son.

The film is directed by Sean Anders. It stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Aniston, Jamie Foxx, Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz. Ansiton is reportedly quite excited about the film and is also willing to work in "Horrible Bosses 3."

The actress recently also spoke about how she handles the media scrutiny about personal life.

"It's just nonsense and static noise - and do your job and stay focused on your job and continue doing good work. There's always the accidental magazine that you'll see... There's always going to be a glimpse of it," Aniston said to 5 News.