Kim kardashian West has lashed out on the fake Travis Scott “Cheating” creator

Kim kardashian West has lashed out on the fake Travis Scott “Cheating” creator

How often do you fact check what you read on internet?
Kim has come out to express her dissatisfaction through her official Twitter account over the fake picture that has circulated on social media claiming that Travis Scott is “cheating” on Kylie.

“I hate that I am bringing attention to this but this is absolutely disgusting that you would find this funny to mess with Travis & Kylie who just started a family together. This is really damaging to relationships, families and is just so wrong!”

Recall that many tabs and internet went into a frenzy on Monday when pictures circulated of what looked like Travis Scott grabbing and kissing a woman. The photos were watermarked by TMZ and Theshaderoom and soon they were spreading across social media like wildfire.


It was later discovered that the person is actually a YouTuber called Christian Adam. He fooled the everyone making y’all think Travis Scott cheated and many people it too. Christian,said that he got the idea for the video after seeing Justin Bieber eating a burrito look alike prank on YouTube. Christian had been told before that he looked Travis Scott so he thought “why not?”.

In a 20-minute YouTube video titled, We Fooled the Internet with Fake Travis Scott Cheating Photo, Christian explained how he carried out the prank. In the description for the video, Christian simply put, ” Don’t believe everything you see on the internet ”

In the video, he explained how he has been studying Travis’ clothing style, mannerisms, and walk step.

Christian made himself looking like Travis. He braided in plats, just like Travis, dyed blonde, just like Travis.  After taking almost 700 photos till he got the desired one.

Travis Response

“Trolls always wanna create some fake shit to destroy real love. Going over board to make shit look like is not evil.

I hate acknowledging sh*t. But quit try to take joy from sh*t that’s good. I pray god blocks all evil. Back to cerebrating”

 

A lot of people have said he went too far. But he claimed that the aim of the video was not to hurt anyone, but to expose how deceitful the internet can be. “I wanted to prove that most stories seen on the internet are fake”, he said

Updated: December 6, 2018 — 9:15 am

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *