Is Younes Bendjima moving in with Kourtney Kardashian and her kids? It's a possibility, according to one of the tabloids, which claims they're "very serious about each other." Gossip Cop, however, can reveal the truth.
According to OK!, Kardashian and Bendjima's relationship is the "real thing," and "they're ready to take it to the next level." The tabloid specifically alleges, "Younes has told Kourtney that he's ready to move in with her, and she's considering it." A so-called "source" is quoted as saying, "Younes is more than willing to drop his life in New York for her. He might be young, but he's smart enough to know that he and Kourt have something very special."
The gossip magazine contends that Kardashian "had some understandable reservations" because of her past experiences with Scott Disick. "But Younes has passed all her tests," maintains the supposed snitch, who further claims Bendjima is already a "hero" to her three children. "Kourtney says Younes is a more stable influence on their kids than Scott ever was... She's ready to give Younes her heart," asserts the outlet's alleged tipster.
But Gossip Cop can't help but wonder if this is the same "source" who told the publication last November that Disick was moving back in with Kardashian. Or maybe it's the "source" who claimed in January that Kardashian and Disick faked their split and were actually secretly still together. Or perhaps it's the "insider" who in March alleged Kardashian wanted to have Justin Bieber's baby. In each of these cases, OK! served up bad dish and Gossip Cop rightly busted the false stories.
Now history is repeating itself. Contrary to this article's assertions, Bendjima is not moving in with Kardashian and her kids. In fact, she purposefully tries to keep those parts of her lives separate. There's a reason the model hasn't been seen with the children even once. This is not a "serious" romance. It's a casual relationship that is about having fun when Kardashian has the time. Heck, they aren't even "Instagram official." As is often the case, the tabloid is selling readers a narrative that just isn't accurate.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.