Scott Disick isn’t exactly known for his gentlemanly behavior.
In addition to dating a succession of teenage models, Scott recently slut-shamed Kourtney Kardashian as some bizarre act of revenge after she committed the unforgivable crime of entering a relationship.
Now that Kourtney and Travis Barker have gotten married, Disick seems to have accepted that he won’t be winning his ex back anytime soon.
And so, he’s moved on to acting creepy toward her sisters.
Yes, Scott has been making inappropriate comments toward other members of the Kard clan for several years.
And it seems that he has no plans of letting up, even though he and Kourtney have been broken up for quite some time.
Earlier this week, Kim posted some photos in which she could be seen lounging in bed in some relatively skimpy attire.
As with just about everything that Kim posts, the pic racked up millions of likes and thousands of comments.
One of those comments came from none other than Scott, who may or may not have crossed a line with his remarks.
“Rick bed on fire,” Disick wrote, along with a flame emoji.
The “Rick” comment refers to Rick Owens, who is apparently the designer of Kim’s bed.
It looks like just a regular gray bed to us, but then, we don’t Scott’s discerning eye for needlessly expensive stuff.
Anyway, based on the comments, it seems that some folks thought Scott’s remark was inappropriate, “out of pocket,” and various other euphemisms for “creepy.”
To be fair, he might have been talking about the bed being “fire.”
Or he might have been referring to the appearance of the woman who was basically his sister-in-law for ten years.
If it’s the latter, then the comment probably had more to do with Scott attempting to be funny than his trying to bed Kim.
After all, Disick is close friends with Pete Davidson, who has been dating Kim since October of last year.
Scott says that he values his relationships with Kourtney’s mother and sisters, and we doubt he would put all of that at risk by trying to hook up with his ex’s younger sister.
In all likelihood, the comment was just more of the “edgy” humor that Disick has been trafficking in for years.
But he might soon have to come to terms with the fact that his relationship with the Kardashians has changed, and he might have change the way he interacts with them accordingly.
On a recent episode of The Kardashians, Scott complained of being “left out” by Kourt’s mom and siblings, whom he once thought of as his own family.
The Kards have a long history of maintaining close platonic friendships with exes, but if Scott wants to feel like a member of the family, they probably expect him to act like one.
After all, actual family members generally don’t leave flirty comments on one another’s Instagram pages.
These are the Kardashians, Scott, not the freakin’ Duggars.
Something to bear in mind!