Scott Disick Lashes Out at Critics, Calling Them "Fata**es"

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Find out what has Scott Disick so fired up... Scott Disick (aka Lord Disick) doesn't care what you think of him.

In fact, according to the Lord's latest Twitter rant, if you have something negative to say about Scott, especially when it comes to his comments about Kourtney Kardashian's weight, you are officially a "fata**."

Let us try to explain his logic...

On last week's episode of Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, Scott made more than a couple of negative remarks about Kourtney's post-baby body.

In no time at all, the internet was ablaze with criticism about Scott's insensitivity.

Well, apparently Mr. Disick can dish it out, but he can't take it...

Scott took to his Twitter to share his feelings about anyone who came to Kourtney's defense.

At first, his comments were just simple observations, "Wow seems like when talking about weight a lot of issues come up," he wrote.

True statement...we'll give him that.

One minute later, Lord Disick decided he wanted to elaborate, tweeting, "Never realized how upset people get when a person makes a comment about weight."

At this point, we're still giving Scott the benefit of the doubt. We figure he probably just wants to recognize that it's a sensitive subject...which it is, so we're cool with his comments up to this point.

Then, not even a minute later, he fires off his final statement about the subject, telling us that we're all a bunch of "fata**es."

"P.s anyone who has to much to say probably had to much to eat. #fatasses," he writes.

So, there you have it...if you got upset about his condescending comments to Kourtney, Scott thinks you need to lose some weight, too (regardless of your actual size).

Aww...isn't he sweet?



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