Kourtney Kardashian shows off 7-year-old son Reign’s new mohawk


Kourtney Kardashian‘s 7-year-old son may be getting style tips from his new punk rock stepdad.

Kardashian shared photos of her son Reign sporting a new mohawk — à la 2000s Travis Barker — on Instagram Sunday.

The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star posted a series of black-and-white photos of the youngster with the hair on the sides of his head buzzed off and the hair in the center gelled up into gravity-defying spikes.

Reign is rocking his new mohawk while sitting shirtless on a stool inside her bathroom with pieces of his freshly shaved-off hair on his pants and shoulders.

A mohawk was a signature hairdo of Barker, 46, for a period in the 2000s while he was rising to fame alongside his Blink-182 bandmates.

Kardashian, 42, captioned the photos with emojis of a razor and the rock-and-roll hand sign.

Fellow rockers showed their support on the Instagram post.

Skye Hoppus, the wife of Barker’s Blink-182 bandmate Mark Hoppus, commented on the pics with three rock-and-roll hand emojis and pop-punk star Avril Lavigne commented with several hearts.

Reign Disick
Little Disick’s stepdad, Travis Barker, was once known for rocking a mohawk.
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Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian supports her son’s latest hairstyle.
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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
The newlywed couple now share a blended family with their children from past relationships.
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Kardashian and Barker tied the knot for a third time in front of family and friends in Italy at the end of May, a week after they got legally married in Santa Barbara, Calif. They had a wedding ceremony in Las Vegas a month earlier without a marriage license.

Reign is one of three children Kardashian shares with ex Scott Disick. Barker has two kids of his own with ex-wife Shanna Moakler.



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