Scott Disick has come under fire for showing off his wealth by making a number of extravagant purchases. The 39-year-old businessman and reality TV personality have recently been flaunting himself on social media, leaving some of his followers less than satisfied.
Additionally, Scott, Kourtney Kardashian’s ex, uploaded a photo of his new bracelets, referring to them as his “little new shine.” The jewelry was definitely eye-catching, with both hefty bracelets sparkling with diamonds as they were photographed. A Diamond Baguette Bracelet and a Diamond Cuban Bracelet were among the items. And on the Mavani & Co website, the Cuban was listed at a cool $17,500 (£14,524), while the Baguette was priced at $8,000 (£6,639).
Nevertheless, some of his fans weren’t thrilled with his flaunting post and turned to the comments section to give the celebrity a piece of their mind despite the fact that Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian liked the post.
On Instagram, one commenter wrote: “You don’t need this scott. The Fresh and classy look suits you better.” Another person responded, “You don’t need to show off things like that is life not more important than money and expensive things?”
However, Scott persisted in showing off on the platform despite the criticism, uploading an exquisite automobile with the caption: “Batman at its finest.”
And once more, his admirers were quick to call him out, with one user writing: “Money can’t buy you happiness.” Another joked “Midlife crisis” with a crying with laughter emoji.
Last month, Scott Disick made a strange post in which he seemed to criticize his ex-girlfriend’s family. He posted a photo of Shia LaBeouf along with the quote, “Shia LaBeouf once said: ‘Sometimes those who don’t socialize much aren’t actually anti-social,'” on his Instagram Stories. “‘They just have no tolerance for drama, stupidity, and fake people.’ Ain’t that the truth,” Scott continued.
Interestingly, it happened after one of Scott’s close friends told Page Six that the famous family had “kind of excommunicated” him. But Kris was eager to refute this, saying he would never feel unwelcome. She was adamant: “Scott will NEVER be excommunicated from our family. He’s the father of my grandchildren and a special part of our family. We love him and that is not true!”