Yesterday, Scott Disick posted a controversial picture on his Instagram of a Photoshopping of Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper," replacing the heads of the apostles with members of the Kardashian family, including his wife Kourtney, Kim Kardashian with her current beau Kanye West, and also her ex-hubby Kris Humphries. The photo included most of the rest of the family, including Bruce and Kris Jenner, and Kendall and Kylie.
Disick's own face replaced Jesus Christ's, and allegedly was posted with the caption "Bow down." The picture was later removed from his account, on which Disick refers to himself as "Lord Disick." The actual account name is "letthelordbewith you."
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Kim Kardashian's ex Kris Humphries is also featured in the photoshopped painting, but Starcasm says there is good justification behind that. Apparantly Disick originally posted the photo on Tumblr a year ago, and was now updated and put on Instagram.
In the past, Disick has said he doesn't actually have an Instagram account.
For the record I do not have an Instagram account, people keep asking me if I do, there must be a fake one with my name— Scott Disick (@ScottDisick) September 28, 2012
However, his Instagram account has more than two million followers, and Kourtney Kardashian often tags the account when she posts photos of her hubby, which has happened as recently as Friday.
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