So, obviously we all know that any time a celebrity’s telling you to buy something it’s because that company’s paying them to tell you that. You didn’t? Do you also still believe in Santa Claus? Whatever. If you answered unfavorably to any of the above questions, you need a reality check more than Cameron Diaz when she tried to buy that truly heinous angora sweater at Fred Segal. Whoever said orange is the new pink was seriously disturbed.
Whether it’s some kind of detox tea or those new little blue gummy bears that promise that your hair will be made out of unicorn rainbows or some crap by the time you finish the bottle, all of it’s bullshit. Well, Scott Disick just proved that. The Lord promotes Bootea, a fitness company based in the UK, throughout his Instagram posts. He does the usual “blah, blah, blah buy this because it’s better than anything else you’ve ever encountered in your life” spiel just like the rest of the Kardashians pretend waist trainers do more than help you stand up straight and make it harder to breathe. What Disick did differently, however, was accidentally copy and paste the entire email he got from Bootea, along with the directions of what he should type and what time he should post it. His original post read, “Here you go, at 4pm est, write the below. Caption: Keeping up with the summer workout routine with my morning @booteauk protein shake!”
Damn. If I had someone telling me what to write and when to post it, along with what picture I should take, my Insta would be fucking fire rn. Obviously, as soon as he noticed the mistake he changed the caption and pretended it never happened, but that wasn’t before someone screenshotted it and put it on Twitter. Remember Scott, the internet’s written in pen, not pencil.