Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker has been in a relationship with Kourtney Kardashian for some time now. The two made their relationship official on Valentine’s Day this year and since then, fans have been really engaged with everything that goes on in their relationship.
The couple have been doing a lot of PDA since they made their relationship public and fans have certainly been supportive of that. However, it seems Barker’s ex-wife Shanna isn’t a fan of the PDA.
Shanna is no longer hiding the fact that she really doesn’t like Barker’s new relationship. Shanna recently stated how it’s weird to see Barker doing so much PDA with Kardashian as it resembled what he would do for Shanna.
Shanna had previously said she had “no ill will” towards the couple but that seems to have changed after Barker covered her initials that he had tattooed on his body. Now it seems she decided to do something in an attempt to show she is over Travis Barker.
Shana recently took to Instagram and uploaded a video of herself getting her tattoo of Travis Barker’s name removed from her wrist. She also sent a message to her haters in the caption.
“To my newfound haters to clarify since everyone seems to know my personal life, my ex put a skill tattoo over our initials on his hand while his new girl lovingly looked on. That was done with purpose and intent along with posts to try to insult me and my happiness with my new man,
She also took a shot at Barker by saying, ”Once again weird. This was my final session on a tattoo of his name. I’ve been removing for some time.” She would then advise others to not get tattoos of anyone on their bodies, clearly indicating the fact that Shanna is still very bitter over the entire situation, especially after, Kourtney uploaded a video tattooing “I love you” onto Travis Barker’s arm recently.
Shanna and Travis Barker divorced after four years of marriage, which was over ten years ago. They also share three children and have been co-parenting them since their split up. We sincerely hope Shanna will be able to move on from her bitterness eventually.