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Understandably, Kylie Jenner has come forward with a response to that completely staged photo many used to make infidelity claims against Travis Scott earlier this week.

"Idk if this is really a social experiment to some people but you're messing with real people, real relationships, real family," Jenner said in an Instagram Story update that has since been removed. "I'm happy my relationship is strong because this is getting out of hand. The internet scares me sometimes for real."

Scott and Kim Kardashian previously  commented on the incident in question:

The photo in question was recently revealed to be merely a lame hoax crafted by someone in a purported effort to shine a light on the prevalence of fabricated news stories a la that Bieber burrito BS from earlier this year. That's a very fair point to make, but like Jenner said, the stakes in this stunt are a bit higher than a burrito. Do better, squidbrains.

Of course, we'd be laughably remiss if we didn't point out the Kardashian-Jenners' own relationship with fabrications. As TMZ, of all places, recently pointed out in light of a new Keeping Up With the Kardashians clip, Kim Kardashian certainly appears to have adopted the Trump-esque approach of simply saying things that aren't true until enough people believe it. The call-out stems from Kardashian's false claims of editing in connection with Kanye West's "400 years"-including interview.

I'm so bored with the USA.