Kourtney Kardashian's boyfriend, Younes Benjima, may have been a bit of a mute amongst the constant Kardashian family chaos, but he decided to speak up on Instagram a few days back when his girlfriend posted a cute AF pic of her chilling in her bikini.
Younes, in his now-deleted comment, wrote, "Thats what you need to show to get likes?" and feminists around the world collectively sighed with disappointment.
His comment was rude, judgemental and a bit slut-shamey — as well as actively going against the Kardashian family's (unofficial) mantra that women should do what they want, when they want.
But how did Kourtney feel about her boyfriend calling her out like that in such a public way? Well, a source supposedly close to the famous sister spoke to E! News saying, "Kourtney doesn't appreciate Younes posting his feelings in a public forum and being impulsive."
Apparently Younes knows he overreacted, and he and Kourtney have now talked it out, with Kourtney explaining, "It's part of her job and it's not going to change." However, the source says that the picture, "Still makes him uncomfortable and upset. He overreacted and put up a comment without thinking it through. Then he realised what he did made it even worse. He was just not thinking in the moment and got emotional."
We don't want to squash your feelings Younes, but perhaps next time chat to Kourtney about them in person before you slag her off on the 'gram? Juuuuuust a suggestion.
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