Scott Disick, where to even begin? You already know… A businessman, reality show personality, honorary Kardashian and nice Jewish boy? Okay, let’s be honest I don’t think anyone would call Disick an NJB, but he’s definitely Jewish.
Here’s everything you want to know:
He’s an only child.
Scott was born in Eastport, New York, to Jeffrey and Bonnie Disick. His grandfather, David Disick, developed luxury properties, and Scott’s father was also a real estate developer.
He was raised Jewish.
Scott was raised Jewish, so naturally he had a Bar Mitzvah.
Check out this wholesome footage from his Bar Mitzvah:
On season 18 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Scott opened up about the struggles he faced mourning the death of his parents, who died three months apart in 2013.
This footage from Scott’s Bar Mitzvah played during the episode, and it’s really sweet.
He took a heritage trip to Israel
In 2016, Disick visited Israel and shared the trip on Instagram.
First, noshing on a Middle Eastern classic in Tel Aviv.
Later that day, Disick shared a photo of himself in front of a menorah in the Old City of Jerusalem with the caption “Hashem is everywhere.”
Last, Scott posted a photo of him at the Kotel being blessed by a Rabbi.
“Blessings on blessings on blessings on blessings,” he wrote.
He’s shared some other clever Jewish moments on the gram over the years.
Like the time he posted this meme… adding “And a Jew,” in the caption.
Lately, Scott’s been getting into the Hanukkah spirit
Over the first few days of Hanukkah, Scott has been posting photos of his celebrations.
First, he graced our feeds with a photo of his Sufganiyot.
A couple days later, on the fourth night of Hanukkah, Scott shared a photo lighting the Hanukkiah captioned “Family first,” with his children, Penelope, Mason and Reign.
And one more adorable post of his youngest opening a gift:
Originally Published Dec 8 2021 08:54AM EST