The guy with enough free time on his hands to stage faux photos of celebrity infidelity has released a new video in which he expresses zero regret for doing exactly that.
"I believe Travis Scott, personally, is not too mad at the situation," ChristianAdamG said in a video uploaded Thursday. "I don't think he's mad, honestly. Some people may think differently, but if you ask me personally, I don't think he's mad." Christian noted that, in his opinion, he's now given Scott a "free pass" for if future allegations of infidelity arise on social media.
"If they wanted to catch Travis Scott cheating now, they gotta catch him on video," Christian said, adding that he believes Scott is a "good person" and won't actually sleep around. "Even a video, you know, you can't really verify that," he said.
As for that aforementioned thing known as "regret," Christian stands by his experiment and the conversations it started. "The answer to that is no," he said. "If I had to go back and choose whether or not I would do this again, if i had the choice, I would do it again. Honestly, I'll be honest with y'all, I'm not sorry to the Kardashians at all. Not even a little bit. I'm more sorry, if anything, for Travis Scott because in reality the only person who knew the truth was me and Travis."
Catch the full clip, including a round-up of resulting media coverage, up top. Christian's comments begin about halfway through the video.
Christian's stunt ultimately resulted in responses from multiple members of the Kardashian family. "Idk if this is really a social experiment to some people but you're messing with real people, real relationships, real family," Kylie Jenner said in an Instagram Story update after it was reported that the photo had been staged. "I'm happy my relationship is strong because this is getting out of hand. The internet scares me sometimes for real."