Scott Disick is leaning into his “Talentless” brand.
The reality star’s 10-year-old daughter, Penelope Disick, took a hilarious jab at him in a new TikTok video about parents trying to help their kids with math homework.
“In math class when I don’t know what’s going on and I come home and my dad knows less than what’s going on,” Penelope, whom Scott shares with ex Kourtney Kardashian, captioned the clip.
The post featured the father-daughter duo looking puzzled with pencils and pads in hand, as they lip-synced over a popular audio clip.
“I don’t know what’s going on and I simply don’t want to know,” they said, mouthing the words.
“Scott Disick trying to do elementary level math homework has me in tears Penelope sweetie I am so sorry,” one Twitter user hilariously wrote, while another chimed in, “He’s the best dad.”
Penelope’s TikTok account, which has more than four million followers, is managed by her Poosh founder mom.
The duo most recently came under fire after the pre-teen shared a clip of her makeup routine.
In the since-deleted video, which was captioned “Have a good morning ????????,” Penelope was seen putting on a pink headband before prepping her skin with a serum.
She then applied concealer under her eyes and on her cheekbones and forehead, blending it in with a beauty blender.
Penelope completed the look with eye shadow, mascara and lip gloss.
The seemingly innocent video was quickly slammed by commenters who suggested she was way too young to be wearing so much makeup.
“I have a 10 year old. Just no. They have only a few more years of pure innocence left before they start learning about becoming an adult,” one critic wrote on Reddit, via The Sun, while another said, “I can’t believe she is 10 and people are supporting this.”
A third follower argued that the main issue was that Kardashian, 43, and Scott, 39, allowed Penelope to share the video publicly.
“There’s nothing wrong with a little kid experimenting with make up and stuff but for it to be published to the world to see gives me the irk…I guess I’m ‘old school,’” they wrote.