Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Disick Did NOT Fake Split, Despite Claim
The story in question can be found in this week’s OK!, under the headline, “Kourtney & Scott’s Crocodile Tears.” The article begins, “After years of ultimatums and reconciliations — most caught on camera, of course! — who can keep up with Kourtney and Scott Disick’s relationship status? Turns out, it’s been mostly smooth sailing for the couple of 10 years.”
Although Kardashian and Disick publicly broke up in 2015, the magazine alleges they’ve been “living together throughout their reported split.” A so-called “source” claims, “Even Kourt’s Justin Bieber fling was a put-on. Justin was fine with the story because it helped his playboy image, while Kourt got to stop being the ‘boring mom’ of the crew.”
The piece goes on to contend, “Skourtney plans to announce they’re back together this summer, and are even considering filming a wedding special.” Um, it’s January. Summer is months away. Ostensibly, yes, Kardashian and Disick could publicly get back together then or even before then. But the notion that they’ve been carrying on a split charade for more than a year now is ridiculous and utterly false.
Neither would have anything to gain from that over such a long period of time. In addition, the allegation that Kardashian and Bieber’s dalliances were pretend is just as fake as the “news” that fills up OK!’s pages. Gossip Cop confirmed at the time that the two were indeed hooking up.
It seems the publication is largely basing these assertions over Kardashian and Disick recently spending time together as a family. That, of course, is just indicative of healthy co-parenting. It is hardly proof that their long-ago split was a stunt. But the magazine knows a thing or two about trying to dupe people.
This is, after all, the same outlet that said Kardashian and Disick were “engaged to be married”… back in 2011. And, by the way, this latest story also stands in obvious contrast to a November article from OK!, which was all about Kardashian taking Disick back after her Bieber fling, which these new claims now contradict. Clearly, the tabloid is trying to have it every which way.