Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian used to be in a relationship that went on and off for almost ten years before they finally called it quits in 2015. The two also share three children. Disick was dating Amelia Hamlin, who is 18 years younger than him. They ultimately broke up after 11 months. It seems Scott Disick had a hard time dealing with Kourtney Kardashian’s recent engagement with Travis Barker.

Ever since Scott and Kourtney’s breakup, Scott and the rest of the Kardashian family have remained close. However, it seems after the DM fiasco concerning Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian, Disick simply doesn’t want to have anything to do with them whatsoever. 

According to Hollywood Life, Kardashian’s recent engagement with Travis Barker has been a “bitter pill to swallow.” While the Kardashian are certainly happy about the engagement, Scott Disick was said to be feeling “excluded.”

“It’s no secret that Scott is not a fan of Travis. Despite his and Kourtney’s on and off past, in a weird way, Scott always felt he was Kourtney’s priority since they share a long history and three kids together.


Now that Scott sees how much of a connection Kourtney and Travis have, it has been a bitter pill to swallow. He feels like Travis is being chosen over him and even though he understands it, it’s still challenging to fully accept.”

It was also reported that Scott Disick skipped family events because of Travis Barker. Scott Disick previously unfollowed the entire Kardashian family as well. Perhaps this is the best course of action so that everyone can move on with their lives and be happy.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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