UGH is Scott Disick just the worst or what? On Sunday night’s Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, he was such a pig to Kourtney about her slowness to lose her baby weight that she cried -- and now he’s saying he’s NOT sorry. No surprise there, jerk!
In typical reality "star" fashion, Disick took to Twitter to comment on the backlash since the episode aired.
"Never realized how upset people get when a person makes a comment about weight," Disick tweeted.
"P.S. anyone who has too much to say probably had too much to eat. #fatasses."
Ah, yes! Brilliant comeback, Disick. Only us fatties who love to eat would find it appalling that you’d tell your girlfriend, who just had her second baby and was still breastfeeding at the time, that she was better at dieting after the birth of your first baby, Mason. "At least you were losing weight," he said.
"You are so crazy. I'm trying to do it the healthy way," retorted Kourtney, but Scott told her, "Just do it faster. You're my piece of machinery!"
AUGH! This is so gross. And that’s actually not the worst of it; he tried to rationalize the whole thing by saying he fell in love with Kourtney, who currently weighs a whopping 115 pounds, when she was "super skinny." And now he wishes she’d shrink back down ("I feel like 93 is the dream") and wear "wild little flossy bikinis" again, like the good old days: "Your body was banging when I saw you on the beach with that little a*s."
Oh no, Disick, nothing to apologize about there! I can’t fathom what Kourtney sees in this jerk, but she’s an adult, so if she’s buying into this whole thing then that’s her problem, I guess (though if she were my sister I’d want to strangle him!). What really worries me is the effect Disick going to have on their young children. Can you imagine the damage it will cause to both of them, especially their daughter Penelope, when they overhear Daddy telling Mommy she really needs to lose weight faster? I mean, that may sound like the least of the Kardashian kids’ worries, growing up as they are as a public spectacle, but it makes me sick to think about all the same.
It’s one thing to be supportive of your mate’s efforts to get -- or stay -- healthy, fit, and at a weight that makes her feel good about herself. It’s another thing entirely to mock a woman who is clearly in great shape, and working to get into even better shape. But come one -- we didn't really expect him to apologize, did we?
Has your husband or partner ever made you feel bad about your weight?
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