Who knows what French Montana is up to. When Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick told the world that they had just welcomed their newest baby into the world, French Montana grabbed his pen. that was his first mistake. There is no spell check on a handwritten note.
He probably didn’t expect Scott Disick to post a snapshot of the note on Instagram, either.
“Congradulations [sic] on Baby #3. I wish I could have named him ‘Haann’ or 'Daddy.' I wish you all the blessings in the world!”
To be fair, this spelling mistake is not all that uncommon in the United States. And we can probably blame Hallmark for that. Every time some kid graduates from high school, someone buys him a card or other memento that says “ConGRADulations.” It’s meant to be funny.
It’s all fun and games until someone posts it to Instagram. Especially since the very word French misspelled appears pre-printed right below where he wrote it.
And he signed it “Uncle Frenchy.” Maybe that is something the Kardashian/Disick kids call him. Or at least used to call him. It’s got to be confusing in that household, with uncles and other assorted relatives coming and going all the time. Uncle Frenchy, Uncle Lamar, Grandpa Bruce … Grandma Bruce?
But hey, it’s not your family. You never know how different folks deal with things in their own family. I mean, how many families do you know that have cameras in their faces all the time, a momager who coordinates selling their lives on reality TV, and a dad who may or may not be transitioning to being a woman, perhaps even on his own spin-off reality TV show?
Kourtney and Scott have yet to announce their new baby’s name. At least we know that it is not “Haann” or “Daddy.”