Kylie Jenner is not here for anyone making up rumors about herself and her family.
He wrote in the video description section, “never believe anything you see on the internet :)”
Then, perhaps in some way to cover his tracks or not, he added, “(DISCLAIMER: this video was NOT made to intentionally hurt Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner or the entire Kardashian family in ANY way shape or form).”
The KarJenner family didn’t exactly see eye-to-eye with that statement.
In her Instagram story, Kylie posted a screenshot of the video and called Adam out for his “prank.” She wrote in a since-deleted note, “Idk if this is really a social experiment to some people but you’re messing with real people, real relationships, real family. I’m happy my relationship is strong because this is getting out of hand. The internet scares me sometimes for real.”
It all goes back to a picture that circulated around social media on Monday which showed a Scott lookalike getting close with another woman who wasn’t Kylie. “I don’t be on balcony wit no thots. That s–t lame. Try again u trollssss. Me and my wifey sturdy. Back to celebrating!!!” he commented on Monday.
The Astroworld rapper called out trolls for starting these rumors and declared he “Only got love for my wife.”
In his video aptly titled “We Fooled the Internet w/ Fake Travis Scott Cheating Photo,” Adam explained that he was really inspired by Yes Theory, a group that pulls pranks and produces other videos to create “challenges for ourselves and for strangers and getting out of our comfort zones along the way.” The group was behind the mystifying photo of Justin Bieber munching on a burrito in a fairly unorthodox fashion. They also helped inspire Will Smith to jump out of a helicopter above the Grand Canyon on his 50th birthday.
“That photo that you see of Travis Scott allegedly cheating on his significant other Kylie Jenner was completely staged,” Adam said. “The goal of this video is not to hurt anybody’s relationship, but it’s to see how gullible is the internet. The question is: do the internet even care about the truth sometimes?”
There was some video footage of Adam dying his hair and changing his hairstyle in order to better resemble the famous rapper.
A few minutes into the video, Adam discussed his plot with his cousin and told him that he doesn’t want the photo to be high quality. “The higher quality it is, the faker it looks,” Adam explained. Apparently, Adam and his group took over 700 photos.
All in all, the Bahamas native (briefly) achieved his goal of and was overly excited when Scott commented on Adam’s Instagram video acknowledging it was all a prank. The “Sicko Mode” rapper spoke for the entire internet when he wrote, “Shaking my f–king head.”