Friday, 14 December, 2018

Kylie Jenner Slams YouTuber After Travis Scott Cheating Prank Goes Viral

GettyImages-1066028090 Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner Respond to YouTuber's Fake Cheating Photo
Adrian Cunningham | 07 December, 2018, 16:58

Sisters Kim Kardashian West and Khloe Kardashian also came to Stormi Webster's parents' defense, slamming the "prank" on Twitter.

In a now-deleted Instagram Story, the makeup mogul posted a screenshot of the gotcha moment and wrote,"IDK [I don't know] if this is really a social experiment to some people but you're messing with real people, real relationships, real family".

The Kardashian-Jenner clan has reacted to a stunt by YouTuber ChristianAdamG who has admitted to staging a "fake Travis Scott cheating photo" in order to see whether the internet would believe it.

The "experiment" first surfaced as a staged photo in which the YouTuber, 20-year-old Christian Adam, disguised himself as Scott and hired faux paparazzi to photograph him canoodling on a balcony with an unidentified woman in a swimsuit.

As soon as the story hit TMZ, Scott responded by saying "Trolls always wanna create some fake s**t to destroy real love, GOING OVERBOARD TO MAKE SHIT LOOK LIKE IT'S NOT IS EVIL". "The internet scares me sometimes for real". But quit try to take joy from shit that's good. "This is really damaging to relationships, families and is just so wrong!"

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In a 17-minute video titled "We Fooled the Internet w/ Fake Travis Scott Cheating Photo", Adam denied any malicious intent.

Before that, big sister Kim Kardashian ripped into the "prank", calling it "absolutely disgusting". "Shaking my fucking head", the rapper wrote in a comment captured by commentsbycelebs.

Adams also claimed the photo had not intended "to hurt anyone's relationship, but to see how gullible is the internet".

But the family didn't take his comments ― or his prank ― lightly.