Justin Bieber and Kourtney Kardashian never lived together during their fling, despite a claim a year ago. 365 days have gone by, and time has shown Gossip Cop was right to bust the untrue story. The singer and the reality star were never that serious, and the report in question was seriously wrong.
The false article came from RadarOnline on March 10, 2017. The website alleged Bieber and Kardashian were continuing to "heat up" to the point where they were "co-habitating" and "playing house." A so-called "source" was quoted as saying, "They're totally inseparable and people are beginning to wonder if it's the real deal." This same supposed snitch even claimed the pair had "matching toothbrushes" that they kept at each other's homes.
The blog acknowledged Bieber was busy with his "Purpose World Tour," but its alleged tipster maintained, "When they're in the same town, she'll usually stay at his place if they go out, or he'll be at hers." In fact, the website asserted that even Kardashian's young kids with Scott Disick had recognized that "having Bieber around has become a commonplace occurrence."
But contrary to these contentions, Bieber and Kardashian were not living together. Back then, Gossip Cop was even told by an insider, who wasn't authorized to comment on the record, that this narrative was "absurd." While it's true Bieber and Kardashian were hooking up for a time, beginning in 2015 and occurring on-and-off throughout the next year, they were never in the kind of committed relationship that would have them sharing a home. Bieber was a longtime family friend of the Kardashian family, which helped fuel their connection, but their rendezvous were always causal fun, not the makings of a long-term romance.
These days, Bieber's focus is on Selena Gomez, while Kardashian has been dating Younes Bendjima. Though they first met in October of 2016, they went public with their romance in May of 2017, and have been by each other's side ever since. Clearly, Bieber and Kardashian weren't actually heating up at all last year.
Unsurprisingly, RadarOnline remains a disreputable resource when it comes to reporting on both of their love lives. Last July, the outlet wrongly claimed Kardashian and Bendjima split, and then earlier this year, the online publication falsely alleged they were planning to elope. And in December, the site didn't know what it was talking about when it asserted Bieber was going to propose to Gomez over Christmas. There was never a split, never an elopement and never a proposal, just like Bieber and Kardashian were never living together.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.