Kim, Khloe Kardashian shade sister Kourtney's ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima

Lewis Collier
August 10, 2018

Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Kourtney Kardashian has reportedly ended her relationship with her boyfriend, model Younes Bendjima.

The source added that, while Kardashian, 39, and Bendjima, 25, had initially just wanted "time apart", they later made a decision to call it quits.

Ozuna also has connections to Kourtney, as she was connected to rapper Tyga in 2017 after he split from Kylie Jenner.

The 25-year-old model took to Instagram on Tuesday to slam the media after news of his breakup with Kardashian became public.

On his Instagram story he wrote, "Once again, you guys failed".

Khloe asked Scott, "I have a real question for you, I know you're happy, but do you think in a few years you and Kourt will finally get married?"

Vivien Killilea via Getty Images Younes Bendjima and Kourtney Kardashian attend SAMS Benefit for Syrian Refugees.

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"Nice pics from your 'boys trip, '" Kim commented on the pictures.

"They really want me to be the bad guy", he wrote on Instagram. "F**k your Hollywood bulls**t".

"Alexa play "heard it all before" by Sunshine Anderson," quipped Khloé responding to his claim denying the report.

Kardashian and Bendjima first got together in 2016 during Paris Fashion Week, Kardashian revealed on the E! reality series last season, and were soon inseparable.

Just recently Kourtney was spotted all smiles, and she seemed just fine yesterday - she was seen at Westfield Century City doing some shopping with sister Kim and brought along her daughter Penelope Disick to make it a girls day out.

"Younes and I are not involved romantically at all", Ozuna said. News. "We were both invited to Mexico for a mutual friend's birthday party with 13 other people".

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