Scott Disick just shared way too much on Instagram.
No, we're not teasing a Scott Disick penis picture. Thank goodness.
This is something far less sordid, but far more hilarious.
Earlier this week, Disick shared a photo of himself in a kitchen, standing over a giant tub of protein powder.
Anyone who understands a major way in which Kim Kardashian and all those in her close circle make money should have been fully aware right away that this was a promotional post.
That is, Disick was paid by the protein powder company to pose with its product and pretend as if he just uses it in his everyday life.
Except Disick accidentally took followers behind this shady curtain with his initial message, actually copying and pasting the promotional INSTRUCTIONS that had been sent his way.
The mistake was caught by an astute Internet user.
As you can see above, Disick wrote the following as his first caption to this photo:
“Here you go, at 4 pm est, write the below. Caption: “Keeping up with the summer workout routine with my morning @booteauk protein shake!”
Disick quickly caught his error and changed the caption to read:
"Getting my summer routine on with my morning @booteauk protein shake!"
A few days prior, he shared a different picture of himself and the protein powder (below), getting the caption right off the bat this time.
"Time for changes, getting ready the summer with a little help from the @booteauk protein shake," he wrote.
So there you have it, readers.
Along with club appearances that book him a ton of cash (below), Disick is far richer than he deserves to be because companies pay him to say what they want on social media.
We hope you knew this already.
We hope you realize that the Kardashians and Jenners all do the same.
We doubt Christine Burke cares. She'll still party on a yacht with Disick because, whatever, she's still partying on a yacht.
The the average Internet user should care and not purchase any product they see members of this family talking about or posing with. It's just a form of advertising, not a personal recommendation.