Travis Scott Cheating Photo Was Staged to Fool the Internet
Last night (Dec. 5), YouTuber Christian Adam posted a video admitting that the photos in question that surfaced on Monday were staged. He was the one that did the staging, and he used a video to explain how he pulled it off. In the 17-minute video, Adam describes where he got the idea to stage the photos and shows the world how he transformed himself into a faux La Flame.
"This is everywhere on Twitter, bro," Adam says in the video. "I feel so bad sometimes. Damn, am I really messing up this nigga's relationship?" he adds. "Now you all see how the world will believe something just because they want to believe it [...] They don't really care about the truth or doing the research, or anything like that. Travis Scott, if you're watching this, forgive me, bro."
The YouTuber makes it clear that the video "was NOT made to intentionally hurt Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner or the entire Kardashian family in ANY way shape or form." Although the couple is still together, the prank has infuriated everyone involved. Upon finding out about the staged photos on Instagram, Scott responded by leaving a comment on Adam's post: "Shaking my fucking head."
"Trolls always wanna create some fake shit to destroy real love," Scott said on his IG story in response to the original fake photos. "GOING OVER BOARD TO MAKE SHIT LOOK LIKE IS NOT IS EVIL. I hate acknowledging shit. But quit try to take joy from shit that's good. I pray god block out all evil. BACK TO CELEBRATING!"
Even Kylie's big sister Kim chimed in with her own thoughts on the "absolutely disgusting" prank. Check out the visual breakdown of the staged photos and reactions below.
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