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Kourtney Kardashian And Younes Bendjima Split And It's Already Messy

09 August 2018, 01:54 | Myron Mathis

Kim & Khloé Kardashian Tear Shreds Off Kourtney's Ex Younes On Social Media

Does this mean Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima have split?

After almost a year of dating, reality star Kourtney Kardashian, 39, and model Younes Bendjima, 25, are over.

Kourtney Kardashian has yet to respond to reports that she and Bendjima have split, nor has she responded to the rumors that he cheated on her.

The relationship "didn't end well", a source told People. Bendjima was photographed in Mexico on Monday looking mighty comfortable with another woman.

Kourtney reportedly dumped Younes but now, Kim and Khloé are out for blood!

However, Khloe Kardashian also commented on the picture, writing: "Alexa play "heard it all before" by Sunshine Anderson," while Kim wrote: "Nice pics from your 'boys trip.'" Jordan has also spoken out against the rumour, telling E! "F**k your Hollywood bullsh*t (cant have fun with your friends no more)".


The cherry on top of the comment was a Pinnochio emoji.

In mid-July, Kourtney posted a photo of herself wearing a revealing swimsuit on Instagram, prompting Younes to leave a since-deleted comment asking, "thats what you need to show to get likes?"

In a message posted to his Instagram story, Younes claimed news outlets "wanna make me be the bad guy" after photos surfaced of him getting flirty with Jordan Ozuna, a former Hooters waitress who was previously linked to Tyga and Justin Bieber.

In case you forgot, Kourtney slammed her family as "gross" and "disgusting" after sister Kim called her the "least exciting to look at". I know who i am where i'm from and where i'm going and that bothers you.

"Just because I'm not as knowledgeable as you, you shouldn't turn your nose up", Khloe says, not at all pleased by her mom's attempt at an art lesson. Only one opinion matter the one of the lord. "Have a wonderful day", read Bendjima's post.



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