How Kourtney Kardashian feels about Scott Disick's shady DM, apparently

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Photo credit: @kourtneykardash - Instagram
Photo credit: @kourtneykardash - Instagram

Kourtney Kardashian found herself centre stage this week, when ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima leaked a DM from Scott Disick, seemingly shading her love of PDA with Travis Barker.

ICYMI (side note: how?), Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans were treated to some serious drama, when Younes shared a screenshot to his Instagram Stories. It showed a private message from Scott about one of Kourtney's pics, which read, "Yo is this chick ok!???? Broooo like what is this. In the middle of Italy [sic]"

Younes replied, "Doesn't matter to me as long as she's happy. PS: I ain't your bro" and added of Scott, "Keep the same energy you had about me publicly, privately."

Now, as well as fans picking up on Travis Barker's subtle reply to the saga, a new report claims to know how Kourtney is feeling. "[She] is disappointed that [Scott] engages in drama when they have been doing well co-parenting," a source told People. "He and Kourtney have been getting along."

The insider continued, "She doesn't get why he felt the need to reach out to Younes. She will confront him about it. For now, she continues to enjoy her trip with Travis. Scott has always had a difficult time accepting that Kourtney is happy with someone else."

Photo credit: Instagram/Younes Bendjima
Photo credit: Instagram/Younes Bendjima

Kourtney dated Scott Disick on and off for over 10 years, and the pair share three children: Mason, 11, Penelope, eight, and six-year-old Reign.

Kourtney and Younes then had an on-off romance after meeting at Paris Fashion Week in 2016. They split in 2018, and in January 2021, Kourtney went public with her relationship with Travis.

So long as everyone is happy in their own lane, right?

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