During ‘KUWTK’ reunion, Scott also weighs in on Kourtney Kardashian’s romance with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, sharing that he gives ‘her a blessing to be happy.’
AceShowbiz –Scott Disick is shutting down rumors about his preference when it comes to women. During part two of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” reunion special, the ex-boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian clapped back at the claims that he only dates “much younger” women.
“Everybody gets this wrong that I look for young girls,” the father of three explained. As to why he ended up dating younger girls, including ex Sofia Richie and current girlfriend Amelia Hamlin, the self-proclaimed “Lord” added, “I don’t go out looking for young girls, they happen to be attracted to me ’cause I look young. That’s what I’m telling myself.” Kris Jenner agreed as she quipped, “You tell ’em, Scott.”
During the reunion, Scott also weighed in on Kourtney’s romance with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. “I think if you really love somebody, right, you want them to be happy no matter what,” Scott divulged, adding, “So, I do give her a blessing to be happy.” Kourtney also shared the same sentiment as the Poosh founder said, “Whoever would make him happy, I would give my blessing.”
Later in the episode, Scott addressed his struggle with substance abuse and revealed whether he would let his kids see some of his darker moments on the show. “I’m gonna explain to them everything,” he told host Andy Cohen. “I’ve talked to Mason a little bit about things, but not deeply. I don’t think any of them have any idea the struggles that I’ve had. But I plan to tell them, because I didn’t have that growing up. And I want to make sure they hear everything, and tell them, ‘You can go this route, but I promise you it’s not gonna end up anywhere good. I did it.’ So I have that to give to them.”
“It wasn’t anything I could hide,” Scott added. “Now I’m just trying to best guy I can be, and a good dad, and make up for lost time. But I do regret the person that I was for a long time, to Kourtney and everybody.”
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