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

Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima broke up after roughly 2 years together according to reports

Kardashian and Benjima first met in Paris in October 2016, the same night her sister Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint.

According to E! News' source, Kardashian had thought that she and Bendjima might be able to reconcile and "were working on things", but, after Bendjima was photographed getting close with model and social media star Jordan Ozuna in Mexico, Kardashian determined that "things are definitely over".

The couple have not yet publicly confirmed the breakup, but a source told People.com: "It didn't end well" and that Kardashian initiated the breakup.

And it's not hard to see why. Magazine even reported that Kardashian may be pregnant with baby No. 4, and that the child likely belongs to Disick, because the pair have been hooking up for months.

Bendjima later wrote in another screenshot regarding a Daily Mail article written about the breakup, "They really want me to be the bad guy", over a screenshot of the Daily Mail article.

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But Kourtney's younger sisters weren't buying Bendjima's words. "Fuck your Hollywood bullshit (cant have fun with your friends no more)." .

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

Younes then Instagram a series of the paparazzi shots, showing that they were misconstrued to show a different story.

"Once again, you guys failed", he wrote in a snap that was captured by The Shade Room.

He also shared another message in which he told fans he was "not attached to this "life" so criticism would not bring him down. Only one opinion matters the one of my Lord.

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