Kourtney Kardashian wears ‘Lord’ shirt during run with Travis Barker as fans joke it’s a ‘shoutout’ to ex Scott Disick

KOURTNEY Kardashian’s clothing choice during a 5k run with her husband has left fans with plenty of jokes.

The reality TV star wore a shirt that fans thought was a shoutout to her ex Scott Disick.

Travis Barker, 48, started Run Travis Run to “motivate people to get outside and walk or run for a few hours, as well as make healthy decisions and create healthy habits,” according to the organization’s official website.

This year, Kourtney, 45, decided to run the race alongside him.

Travis completed the race before Kourtney but was there at the finish line to congratulate her.

As she walked past the finish line, Travis embraced his wife in a hug and then they shared a kiss.

Kourtney wore a long-sleeve black shirt with the word “Lord” across the front.

The back of the jersey had the word “Culture” along the top and the number 20 in the middle.

The Hulu star added black leggings, sneakers, sunglᴀsses, and a baseball cap to the look.

PH๏τos from the race were posted to a Kardashian forum, and fans immediately made the connection between Kourtney’s shirt and Scott, 41.

Scott’s Instagram handle is “Let the Lord Be With You,” so fans ᴀssociated that word with him.

He referred to himself as Lord throughout Keeping Up with the Kardashians many times.

Scott also gained the тιтle when he purchased it over the internet in 2012.

He officially became knighted during a ceremony in London, England, according to Us Weekly.

“Anyone else immediately ᴀssociate Scott with ‘Lord’?” one user asked in the forum.

“Yep! I came to comment with a shoutout to Lord Disick!” replied another.

“I was like ‘Kourtney is wearing one of Scott’s shirts to this’,” said another.

Kourtney and Scott dated on and off again from 2006 to 2015.

They also share three children – Mason, Penelope, and Reign – together.

When Travis got into a plane crash in 2008, more than 70 percent of his body was burnt.

Doctors told him that he may never be able to walk or play drums the same way again.

According to the website for the race, Travis said he “had this urge to prove everyone wrong.”

The Blink-182 drummer went on to say that he runs every day, even before a show.

“This past year I ran my first half marathon and participated in a few 5k’s. I loved how everyone from all walks of life ran together and supported one another,” he said.

“The running community is mᴀssive and it really inspired me to create Run Travis Run as a way to bring like-minded people together.”

After the run, fans could line up for a meet and greet with the musician and they all got medals to take home.