Kourtney Kardashian tells Scott’s teen lover to ‘back the f**k off’

PHOTO: Gallo images/ Getty images
PHOTO: Gallo images/ Getty images

Johanesburg - Sofia Richie, watch your back. Lionel Richie’s 19-year-old daughter was allegedly told off by Kourtney Kardashian.

Sofia, who’s been dating Kourtney’s baby daddy Scott Disick, has been “extending her pleasantries” to Scott and Kourt’s three kids, BET reports. And Kourtney isn’t having any of it.

A source close to the 38-year-old reality TV star told Radar Online, “Kourtney flipped out and she told Scott that Sofia needs to back the f**k off right now before she makes her back off.”

But the site reports Scott’s new squeeze hasn’t given the words much thought. “But Sofia honestly doesn’t care what Kourtney thinks and told Scott she’s not going to change the way she acts towards [his kids] Mason, Penelope or Reign because of their mom’s b***hing,” the source said.

Sofia seems to be reaping in the rewards of all the Kardashian drama, however. She recently landed a contract on Keeping Up with the Kardashians as momager Kris Jenner is loving Scott’s new “storyline”.

Sofia recently took to Instagram to show her love for Scott before jetting off with him and his kids on a sunny vacay.

“Scott, Sofia and his kids flew to Cabo San Lucas via private jet. They are having fun in the sun, swimming in the pools and enjoying the resort,” a source told People Magazine.

Reportedly, this could be a move by Scott to make up for always obsessing over Kourtney. The source also told People “Sofia is annoyed with Scott's obsession with Kourtney. She's tired of listening to Scott complain about Kourtney and Sofia really doesn't like to hear Scott whine about Younes [Bendjima, Kourt’s new bae] taking his place.”

Naturally, Kourtney is furious with the “family” trip. A source told Hollywood Life, “Kourtney thinks it is entirely inappropriate for Scott to taking the kids on international trips with his too-young girlfriend.”

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