Scott Disick may not seem like the type of guy who's worth fighting over.
Sure it seems like Scott's alcoholism is relatively under control these days, but he's still a guy who's most famous for being terrible to the mother of his three children.
So reports of a feud between Kourtney Kardashian and Sofia Richie are a bit unexpected, as we can't imagine two successful women lowering themselves to the level of brawling it out over a man of Scott's caliber.
Though to be fair, the ill will might have little to do with the Lord.
There have been reports that Kourtney believes Sofia is copying her style and generally displaying an unhealthy level of obsession.
Sofia hasn't commented on the accusations, but we're guessing she's not too happy with rumors that she's scarily fixated on her boyfriend's ex.
But if she hopes to prove the critics wrong, Richie should probably be more careful about what she posts on Instagram.
It all started when Kourt posted the above photo earlier this month.
She captioned the shot "Paris, Texas," even though the location tag revealed that she was in Tokyo at the time.
We suppose it's possible that Kourt had recently enjoyed a screening of the 1984 Wim Wenders-Harry Dean Stanton film of the same name.
But fans jumped to the conclusion that the caption was actually a thinly-veiled shot at Scott and Sofia.
You see, the couple had recently traveled from Paris to Texas, and though it seems a stretch to us, many believe this was Kourtney's way of saying she's traveling to more exotic locales in greater luxury.
Shortly thereafter, Sofia posted the above pic, which many have interpreted as a clap back.
The "Hit 'Em Up" to Kourtney's "Who Shot Ya?" if you will.
As you can see, Sofia is similarly-posed, and her caption reads, "Mash up," which many interpreted as a response to Kourt's "Paris, Texas" jab.
Richie is also rocking two different shoes, which some fans took as a jab at the unusual footwear in Kourt's pic.
Like we said, it's a major stretch, but both women have shown themselves to be queens of subtle shade in the past.
We just hope that if there is beef, it's between the two of them, and has nothing to do with Scott.