Kourtney Kardashian’s BF Left The Meanest Comment On Her Sexy Instagram

Kourtney Kardashian interview with Kylie Jenner
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The Kardashians are the Queens of sexy Instagrams — they basically have a monopoly over it. I mean, it’s quite literally their job. They are social media influencers just as much as they’re reality stars, which means selling a fun, sexy lifestyle to all the young women who follow them.

So, why can’t their boyfriends wrap their heads around that?

Recently, Kourtney Kardashian’s been posting nonstop about her Italian dream vacay, leaving us lesser people wishing we could be so lucky. But it looks like there’s trouble in paradise, because when she posted this sexy thong bikini pic, her boyfriend Younes Bendjima had some words for her.

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don’t be shady, be a lady☀️

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In the comments of the picture, Younes wrote, “thats what you need to show to get likes?”

Ummm… excuse me, Younes?

He’s since deleted the comment, but it doesn’t change the fact that it was pretty crappy of him to leave it in the first place. I get it, Kourney is his girlfriend, but this was her job long before he was in the picture. Even if it wasn’t her job, it’s not really his place to say what she posts on Instagram. Not only is it shady, it’s completely disrespectful.

Apparently this isn’t the first time Kourtney’s pics have been a point of contention between the two. In fact, they’ve even led to arguments that ended with the two splitting in the past.

“He never liked that she posted sexy pictures of herself on social media,” a source told People. “He doesn’t want his girlfriend to do that. He gets that it’s her job, but wants her to post more covered up picture.”

I’m sure Younes anger is going to become an argument between fans, some of whom will understand his viewpoint and others who will argue that Kourtney can do whatever the hell she wants on social media. But no matter which side of the argument you’re on, I think you’ll agree that this whole thing could have been addressed in a tasteful, private message instead of a public Insta comment. TC mark

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