Younes Bendjima and Scott Disick had a conversation about their ex that the algerian didn't like very much ...
Kourtney Kardashian's ex-boyfriend, Younes Bendjima, showed his support for the star even though she has fallen in love with another boy ... which not all of her exes do.
On Monday, August 30, Younes took to his Instagram story to point out Scott Disick by posting leaked direct messages that Scott allegedly sent him recently.
Scott's apparent messages refer to a paparazzi photo of Kourtney and her current boyfriend Travis Barker that were taken while the couple were enjoying an affectionate boat trip through Italy on Friday, August 27.
According to the screenshot, Scott allegedly shared the duo's photo and wrote, "Is this girl okay ?! Brotherooo, what is this in the middle of Italy?"
According to the image, Younes replied, "I don't care as long as she's happy. PS I'm not your brother".
Later, Younes added to the message, "keep the same energy that you had on me in public, in private".
The 28-year-old Algerian-born model also wrote in his story:
"I couldn't miss this one. He's been playing for too long, [he tried] to stay quiet and be the good guy. Back to work, now 10km ".
Scott, 38, has yet to publicly respond to posts by Younes, who split from Kourtney in 2018 after nearly two years of romance.
Scott shares three children with Kourtney, 42, and is currently dating model Amelia Hamlin.
It seems safe to assume that Younes did not appreciate Scott's earlier comments about him. During the second part of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians reunion, host Andy Cohen asked Scott if he gets "upset" when Kourtney goes out with other men.
"I just want to kill them", Scott joked. He then added in an apparent reference to Younes: "Well the last guy, let's all be honest here".
This prompted Khloé Kardashian to reply: "No one was happy with the last one". In April, shortly after Kourtney and Travis posted love photos on Instagram, the eyebrows of many were raised when Younes shared on his Instagram story:
"Shamelessness has become so normal in today's society that modesty has become strange". Younes later clarified that the quote was not intended to be a comment about Kourtney.