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Party Boy Scott Disick Makes Inappropriate Cameo In Chris Brown's New Music Video

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Kendall Jenner's recent cold shoulder to Scott Disick makes a lot more sense after you watch Chris Brown's new music video.

The extended (and explicit) song, "Picture Me Rollin," dropped yesterday, featuring a number of guest stars –– most interestingly Lord Disick.

Within the first thirty seconds, Kourtney Kardashian's ex emerges on screen in a parking lot, surrounded by models wearing barely-there outfits.

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"Hey, it's understandable on the f**king Porsche, but off the Lambo, bitch, come on!" Disick scolds the lovely ladies.

"Chris, yo, you gotta come over here," he continues, on the phone to Brown. "I really can't f**k all these bitches without you. I can't do this without you man, you gotta get over here to the house."

Yikes! He may have completed his 30-day rehab program, but judging from this cameo, it seems Disick hasn't done a lot of changing.

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As previously reported, the 32-year-old later attended Brown's invite-only "Royalty" album listening party on Tuesday, Dec. 15, held at Hyde nightclub in Los Angeles.

Witnesses at the event say that pseudo-sister Kendall was also in attendance, but gave Disick the silent treatment –– could it be his less-than tasteful music video appearance?

"Kendall and Scott saw each other, but didn't acknowledge one another," an insider told PEOPLE of the awkward run-in. "He walked right past her table and Kendall rolled her eyes."

Meanwhile, Brown's video dropped just days after Disick's baby mama was spotted out with rumored new hookup Justin Bieber.

Do you think Scott is getting revenge on ex Kourtney? Sound off in the comments below!



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