Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Just Got Real About Where They Stand
There may be more to reports that Scott Disick is “struggling” with Kourtney Kardashian’s current relationship with Travis Barker than just sources and rumors.
In a sneak preview of part two of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians reunion, the exes opened up to Andy Cohen about their past relationship and where they stand today—including how Disick feels when Kardashian is “linked to other guys.”
At the top of the clip, both reality stars—who were together for nine years and share three children—admitted they might still be together if not for Disick’s past substance abuse issues. After their split in 2015, Disick checked himself into rehab. “I don’t want to make any excuses for my behavior,” he says of his infidelity during their relationship. “I definitely wouldn’t have done these things sober. But it was all wrong, and I just thought it was normal, to be honest.”
After shutting down any rumors that the pair have hooked up since their breakup, Kourtney Kardashian described their bond as one of “great friends and co-parents,” while Disick added that “we’re family. I think we always will be.”
That’s when Cohen seemingly addressed recent reports that Scott Disick “has been jealous” of Kardashian’s PDA-heavy relationship with the Blink-182 drummer, despite his own relationship with 20-year-old model Amelia Gray Hamlin.
“It seems like you get really upset when Kourtney is linked to other guys,” Cohen told Disick in the clip.
“Me? No,” Disick replied, which received a small laugh from his ex. “No, I just wanna kill them.” While he was clearly joking, the reality star went on to emphasize that he was not a fan of Kardashian’s “last guy,” presumably meaning her ex, Younes Bendjima.
“The last guy…let’s all be honest here,” he started, before Khloe Kardashian jumped in, saying, “Nobody was happy with the last one.” Disick added, “But I did try to support—I was still there to try to help her through it.” You can watch the full clip, below.
Published at Sat, 19 Jun 2021 18:15:03 +0000