Sometimes parents can be really embarrassing, and, yes, that also includes Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick. For example, when Scott Disick sang "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" on a private jet with family and friends in tow, his eldest son, Mason Disick, was so not feeling it. Lord Disick shared his singing abilities on Instagram Thursday with a video of himself, Kardashian, Penelope Disick, and a few other random individuals belting out the favorite kid song. However, there was one person not participating: Mason.
As Disick is throwing his hands in the air and totally feeling the children's jam, Mason is sitting in a seat with another kid and to say he looks annoyed is an understatement. Not only is Mason not singing, but he keeps staring straight ahead with no expression on his face whatsoever. He's probably thinking, "When is this awful song going to be over and when will my dad stop acting ridiculous?"
Then, in a typical kid move, Mason starts checking his phone. Sorry, Scott, but Mason is way more into his Snapchat (or whatever he does on his phone) than singing a song with you. Mason is only 7, so imagine how he'll react whenever he thinks his parents are being embarrassing as a teenager. Good luck, Scott and Kourtney.
I can't really blame Mason here, because I'm sure at point in time I reacted the same exact way to my parents doing something I deemed humiliating. As "cool" as Kardashian and Disick may seem as parents, Mason sure doesn't see it that way 100 percent of the time. Yeah, he's a typical kid.
As for Disick, he clearly should record an album of kid songs. He's fantastic and totally gets into "Twinkle, Twinkle." He could even dub himself "The Lord of Kid Songs." That sure has a nice ring to it, though, Mason might not agree.