James Charles revealed he thought he was ‘about to get sued’ when the Kardashian family pranked him over FaceTime.
After pranking the likes of Justin Bieber, Dave Chapelle and Travis Scott, it was time for round two – and this time, the YouTube star fell victim.
Sharing footage of the prank call across social media, Kim captioned the post: ‘Another one,’ alongside a crying with laughter emoji.
James, 21, was first to appear in the video, and was seemingly minding his own business while out and about, and was a bit surprised to say the least when he got the call from the famous family.
‘What is going on?’ he questioned.
He later took to Twitter to reshare Kim’s tweet of the prank call, adding: ‘I thought I was about to get sued.’
James was a bit confused when he answered the Kardashians’s call (Picture: Instagram)
Among the other stars who appeared in the video include Jennifer Lawrence, Jayden Smith and David Dobrik.
Jennifer joked she ‘had to make sure it was real’ when she answered the call, while Jayden looked pretty busy in what appeared to be a neon-coloured room.
When it was David’s turn to be pranked, he ripped off the face mask he was wearing as he was seen on camera, saying: ‘That’s f*****g ridiculous’.
It seems there was no explanation behind the prank call in particular, although the Kardashian-Jenner family are no strangers when it comes to winding each other up.
In a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kris, 65, discovered she had been pranked for weeks by Khloe, 36, who had pretended to be her getting up to wild antics while fake paparazzi took photos.
In response, Kris decided to turn the tables and pretended to Kim, 40, that she was furious and going to rehab, after Khloe made it look as though she had a drinking problem.
And earlier this year, Kylie, 23, decided to give her mum a rude awakening when she filmed Kris while she was sleeping on a sofa at their Palm Springs home.
The beauty mogul crept to where Kris was sleeping, and gave a running commentary in the style of a wildlife programme.