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Scott Disick Hits New Low as a Pimp Wannabe in Chris Brown's Latest Video

Lord Disick should know better

Megan Vick

Scott Disick, better known as Kourtney Kardashian's baby daddy, has been tabloid fodder for months since his publicized rehab stints and breakup with the eldest Kardashian daughter.

Even though Disick has been caught partying and grinding on borderline minors in recent months, his new low is actually a cameo in Chris Brown's latest video, "Picture Me Rollin.'" They say any press is good press, but this just makes you feel gross. Take a look:

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Disick shows up at the top of the video in a furry camouflage jacket, calling Brown to say "I really can't f--- all these b----es without you man," because that's classy. When Disick isn't telling scantily clad models to stop sitting on his Lamborghini the camera gives a close-up of Brown's profile and that battered woman neck tattoo that looks eerily like Rihanna's police photo following Brown's 2009 assault. You know, just in case you forgot he beat up his girlfriend while they were driving to a Grammy party.

Kourtney Kardashian slams Scott Disick's parenting, calls him a "F----ing ass----"

Most of the video then follows the usual R&B party anthem affair. Neon lights, crazy dance moves and a lot of really attractive women dancing around Brown and his friends. Disick reappears near the end when a mysterious bald man unplugs the sound system and demands to talk to Brown. There's a lot of yelling that doesn't make sense but has a really intense air of Disick trying too hard.

Brown exits the scene unscathed and his homies take down his attempted attacker is dealt with. There are so many questions about the plot pitfalls of this video, but the most pressing query is why is this happening? What did either of them get out of making this video?

And now to spend the rest of the day shaking our heads in shame.