Kourtney Kardashian Tells Paparazzi To Step Back 1In a recent report on Eonline, Kourtney Kardashian sent out a poinent message to the paparazzi when it comes to snapping photos of her and her young son.

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick arrived in Miami with they son Mason yesterday in preparation for Kourtney’s hosting of the Ciroc New Year’s Eve party at the Gansevoort Hotel. As they were walking through the Miami International Airport, the camera toting paparazzi got a bit too close for comfort.

As a matter of fact, according to the Eonline report, Scott jumped into protective father mode and lashed out at the paparazzi that was hovering near Mason. Scott may have got a few ‘F bombs’ out (I’m only assuming that).

Kourtney wrote about the incident on her blog the next day, sending out a warning to paparazzi to make sure a situation like that does not happen again.

“Paparazzi beware,” she wrote. “Please don’t get too close to Mason. We don’t like it.”

She also issued a compromise, of sorts, suggesting ways to go about photo-snapping in a safe way.

“Stay at a friendly distance, don’t ask dumb questions and we can all get along,” she says.

You tell ’em Kourtney !!

[summarized from Eonline]
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