Classic copy-and-paste mistake! Scott Disick had a major Instagram fail when he accidentally pasted instructions from an advertiser into the caption for a sponsored post.
The reality star, 32, shared a photo of himself posing with a huge container of weight loss shake, Bootea, and captioned it: “Here you go, at 4pm est, write the below. Caption: Keeping up with the summer workout routine with my morning @booteauk.”
Disick quickly corrected his error and deleted the instructions part of the post, but not before the mistake was memorialized by screenshots. He’s posted multiple ads for Bootea, and it looks like he even staged a kitchen photo shoot for all his Insta pics. In last week’s Bootea post, he’s wearing the same outfit but has added a jacket and repositioned himself in his kitchen.
The dad of three gets paid big bucks to advertise everything from skinny tea and teeth whitening to jeans and Lyft car service. This isn’t the first time Disick has made the sponsored content on his Instagram painfully obvious. In a previous ad for BrightWhite Smile teeth whitening, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrote, “Tag @brightwhitesmile and please tag in caption and on the actual photo.”
Disick, who split from longtime partner Kourtney Kardashian last summer, has recently been busy partying in Cannes, which may be why he hasn’t had lots of time to spend perfecting his social media posts. He has been spotted hitting the clubs hard and spending time on board a yacht with his Kendall Jenner look-alike girlfriend, Christine Burke.
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