Scott Disick Instagrams Pictures Of Hundred Dollar BIlls As Toilet Paper
Scott Disick went on an Instagram binge Saturday, posting pictures that seemed to flaunt his wealth and belittle anyone who isn’t a millionaire; he posted one which suggests he uses one hundred dollar bills as toilet paper.
Disick, Kourtney Kardashian's longtime boyfriend, began by posting a picture of diamond encrusted jewelry and hundred dollar bills with the caption, “I can’t help myself tonight #fu.”
He then continued taunting his followers with a blatant disregard for the value of money posting a picture of him holding a pile of hundred dollar bills to his ear with the caption, “Hello, peasant’s is that u? #f—ku.”
He also posted pictures of expensive Hermes bags, again accompanied by hundred dollar bills, and luxury watches. But the photo everybody is talking about is one that shows a wad of hundred dollar bills placed to look like a toilet paper roll.
Despite the media uproar, Disick insists his Instagram fun was just that, fun. He took to Twitter on Monday to clear the air.
“I’m happy someone gets the joke here,” Disick tweeted along with a link to a TMZ webpage where the headline reads “Scott Disick: So Shameless We Can’t NOT Like Him
(Even Though We Should).”
I'm happy someone gets the joke here http://t.co/UpuPgyiO0V— Scott Disick (@ScottDisick) September 17, 2013
Disick currently appears on Keeping Up With The Kardashians Sundays at 9 p.m. on E!.
– Olivia Truffaut-Wong
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