Travis Scott Fake Cheating Photo Makes Kylie Jenner Scared of the Internet
Late last night (Dec. 5), a YouTuber by the name of Christian Adam took credit for staging a photo-shoot that made it look as if Travis Scott cheated on his baby's mother Kylie Jenner, and plenty of folks on the internet were upset. Understandably, one of those people was Jenner herself, who used her Instagram story to address the situation.
Jenner says she was scared of the internet after seeing the staged cheating photos make their way around the web.
"Idk if this is really a social experiment to some people but you’re messing with real people, real relationships, real family," Jenner wrote, referencing the Adam's claim that the hoax was meant to be a social experiment. "I’m happy my relationship is strong because this is getting out of hand. The internet scares me sometimes for real," she in a message she po since-deleted post on her Instagram story."
Last night (Dec. 5), YouTuber Christian Adam posted a 17-minute video describing how he was able to pull off the staged photos that took the internet by storm. "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 research or anything like that. Travis Scott, if you're watching this, forgive me bro," Adam says in the video.
Before Adam revealed himself as the person behind the hoax, Scott condemned the fake news. "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!," he wrote on his Instagram story.
This entire cycle has come as the couple continues living their lives as a happy couple with their a 10-month-old daughter Stormi. Back in October, the Astroworld rapper and lip-kit mogul bought a $13 million mansion together in Beverly Hills.
Check out the video below of YouTuber Christian Adam explaining the staging below.
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