Scott Disick has been criticized for throwing shade at the former Kourtney Kardashian ahead of her wedding to Travis Barker.
Scott, 38, shares children Mason, 12, Penelope, 9, and Rain, 7, with the Poosh founder.
On a recent episode, Kardashian Scott and middle Kardashian-Jenner sister Khloe Kardashian, 37, talked about their feelings and his ex Kourtney.
Khloe went to Scott’s house to cheer him up after he and his kids didn’t attend the Kardashian family reunion to celebrate Kourtney’s engagement to Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, 46.
In the episode, after cleaning dog pee off the floor and enduring a flurry of verbal advances, Chloe asks Scott, “How are you?”
Scott takes a breath and replies, “Don’t get me wrong, I will always love your sister.”
Then, referring to the news of the engagement, he continues: “I was not taken by surprise. I thought they were already married, as she said.”
“So it wasn’t crazy,” he admits, then adds, “Thank God, because at another point in my life, if I had heard that, life would have been over for me.”
It is at this point that Scott’s jealous nature begins to rear its ugly head.
“I am very pleased that she is happy that someone else is taking care of her.”
In a confession, Scott admits that he always felt that way.”[his] guilt]for breaking up [their] family” and that he has the responsibility “to be there for [Kourtney] and take care of her.”
He goes on to say that “even though we weren’t together, I just felt that guilt. So that was hard to deal with.”
Scott then begins to reveal the true intention of his “reverie”.
“I… selfishly feel like a lot has been taken from me. I think in the end… it’s good. I couldn’t do the work of being with her.”
He then breathes a sigh of relief and states that he “cheers Travis” because “he has a lot of work to do”.
Chloe asks, “What do you mean? How about the whole family?
Scott replies, fully doubling down on his jealous shadow, “No, family is the best part. Courtney isn’t the easiest when it comes to…everything.”
Chloe, in her own confession, states, “It’s just that he’s snarky.”
She continues: “He’s playing… it’s so clear, it’s so transparent. But if Kourtney was such a problem…why did he want to be with her for so many years?”
TRYING CONTINUOUSLY BUT FEELING GREAT
Scott’s insecure behavior was criticized several times during the airing of this season of Kardashian.
In another recent episode, Scott’s jealous rage spilled over to Kendall Jenner when he lashed out at her after not being invited to the model’s birthday party.
“Kourtney is my sister, after all,” Kendall defended herself. “There were literally 15 people at this dinner…”
Scott, who is 12 years her senior, snapped, “I didn’t hear you apologize.”
“You won’t let me talk, Scott. You’re talking about me,” said the seemingly helpless Kendall.
The model grabbed her food and stormed off, saying, “I’m getting out, this is fucking funny.”
As she left, she added, “I’m so tired of this shit, Scott, really.”
Kendall leaves the fight immediately to go to Kourtney Kardashian’s house.
Kourtney without makeup is sitting on the bed with a skinny Chloe, who has long blond hair down.
Kendall told them what happened, and Khloe, who is close to Scott, is fed up, as fans must have noted after he made “sexual comments” about her last week.
“Tell him, ‘Hey, move on, stop talking shit about my family about things,'” Khloe advised.
“Stop putting everyone else in the middle.” He won’t go to Courtney. [to find out info about things] because he knows he can’t take shit from her, so he goes to you, the least belligerent,” she continued.
“And it really is hell to hunt you. It’s really fucking rude.”
Chloe then rushed to Scott, “I’m sure you’re in pain. I’m sure it sucks as hell to realize what you’ve done with your life.
“Because when you have to swallow that pill, it’s a damn hard pill to swallow.”
SCOTT IS SCOTT
Kendall later invited Scott to her home to fix the bridge between them, but even with one bridge repaired, the father of three found a way to damage the others.
They sat down to talk and Kendall openly admitted that “[she] didn’t talk to [Scott] because everything went wrong.”
Scott admits that the fight may have been their “first fight” since they knew each other.
Kendall tells him that she has “always been his supporter and [that she] always will” and that she tried to apologize, but the situation is still very fresh.
A now more level-headed Scott agrees: “I understand where you come from… I’m not mad at you.”
Kendall then tells Scott that the previous conversation could have been done better, stating “You attacked me immediately… and I blacked out immediately, I immediately try to defend myself.”
Scott agrees: “Neither of us got the point.”
In a confession, he tells the audience that “it was terrible that [Kendall and I] it got to the point where we couldn’t even talk properly to each other… and that caused anger.”
Kendall then has a confession of her own in which she addresses the struggles any family goes through when facing change.
“Starting any kind of family change is just a difficult, awkward time,” she says.
With things squared, Scott makes it clear what he thinks of Kendall compared to the rest of her family: “I’m telling you, you’re the most normal person in the family… everyone has something to deal with.”
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