On last night’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the majority of the drama centered around Lamar Odom’s astonishing recovery following a near-fatal overdose – and Kanye West’s astonishingly lame-looking fashion show.
But while editing room tricksters did their best to make us believe that the Yeezy Season 3 debut was a resounding success (it wasn’t), nothing could conceal Kourtney Kardashian’s withering contempt for Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend, Tyga.
If you watch the show – or just occasionally peruse your local police blotter – you know that Disick has a bit of a drinking problem.
And by "a bit of a drinking problem," we mean Charlie Sheen probably looks at this guy like, "Whoa, dude. Your liver’s gonna fall out of your butt like any day."
Disick has been to rehab on several occasions, and every time he claims that he’s cured…
So cured, in fact, that he’s capable of going out partying without going off the rails.
Somehow, the father of three keeps managing to find enablers who are willing to hit 1Oak with him, and it seems these days his party partner of choice is none other than T-Raww.
For obvious reasons, Kourtney is not thrilled with this development, and she made her feelings clear on last night’s episode of KUWTK:
"It pisses me off that people like Tyga, who should know better, that are close to our family that don’t just find some other friends," she told Kylie and company.
"It’s not like Kanye is calling him like, ‘Come to the studio,’ every night. ‘Come to my show!’ It’s Tyga calling him to hang out and go to parties. It still bothers me."
Her other sisters made the valid point that Scott is a grown man, and he has no one to blame for his decisions but himself.
That’s certainly true, but he’s also an addict, and someone who’s as close to the family as Tyga should be willing to do whatever it takes to help.
In this case, that simply means not going clubbing with the guy.
Really shouldn’t be that hard, as Scott acts like a colossal D-bag when he goes out.
Watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians online to relive Scott’s many, many ups and downs.