Scott Disick shared a few details about his and Sofia Richie‘s breakup on the last season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. That being said, the model definitely expected this topic would come up on the show but how does she really feel about what he revealed?
As it turns out, Scott told the world, in the KUWTK season premiere, that the young model gave him an ‘ultimatum’ before their separation last summer.
Apparently, Sofia was ‘trying to push Kourtney out’ of Scott’s life!
Now, one source tells HollywoodLife that as far as Sofia is concerned, she is not too bothered about what Scott said and thinks it’s just his point of view on things.
The insider explained that ‘Sofia understands that what Scott said to Kim [Kardashian] and Khloe [Kardashian] was filmed a little while ago and whether or not he still feels that way doesn’t affect her one way or another. She has really moved on from their breakup and she is focused on doing her own thing and being happy. Even if Scott feels like Sofia gave him an ultimatum, then that is his perspective but she never felt that she did. Sofia was always supportive of Scott’s relationship with Kourtney, since she was the mother of their children.’
As you know, Kourtney and Scott share three kids together and they are really good co-parents and have also remained civil and even friendly throughout the years since their split.
The source continued by dishing that Sofia ‘always made a point to spend time with Scott’s kids and focused on building a bond with Kourtney too. Scott, Sofia, and Kourtney went on vacations as a group and spent a lot of time together. Sofia feels like she really made every effort to show she was cool with Kourtney, even following her on social media until after they’d already broken up.’
Of course, they stressed that she feels a bit bummed that she’s being made to look like she’s the bad guy in this situation.
However, the model is not paying that much attention to the headlines and instead, she’s keeping her head up and focusing on her own life as opposed to the past.