Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker broke the web following information on shock engagement
In any case, since it was uncovered that the couple is presently hoping to get hitched, fans went into craze considering how Kourtney's ex Scott Disick responded.
A source told Page Six, that Scott is supposedly not taking the news well and that he is "freaking out".
"Scott is going off the deep end," our insider said. "He will go crazy. It's genuinely terrible. It's going to get dim."
While the two exes never sealed the deal, they were in a drawn out relationship for quite a long time and had three kids together, Mason (11 years old), Penelope (9 years old) and Reign (6 years old)
The Flip Like Disick star was exceptionally near asking about tying the knot as he had effectively bought a ring which was archived on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, but the second never appeared as Kourtney had communicated her reservations.
With their split in 2015, the two headed out in a different direction yet stayed old buddies as they co-parent their children. Scott Disick dated Sofia Richie for almost 3 years before moving on with Amelia Gray Hamlin in 2020 while Kourtney was previously linked to Younes Bendjima and Luka Sabbat.
This may come as a surprise but the newly engaged pair were friends for many years before becoming an official couple. They do say that the best romances start off as friendship.
In any case, with Travis in the scene, Scott was not very partial to him as he had purportedly sent a DM to another of Kourtney's exes Younes Bendjima scrutinizing her PDA with Travis.
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