Kourtney Kardashian 'dumps Younes Bendjima after he cheated on her'

"I know who i am where i'm from and where i'm going and that bothers you...only one opinion matter...the one of my lord".

The eldest Kardashian sister is said to have split from her boyfriend after nearly two years and now sources close to the 39-year-old have said that the break-up happened a month ago just after the lovebird's trip to Italy.

The 25-year-old model took to Instagram on Tuesday to slam the media after news of his breakup with Kardashian became public.

TMZ reports that Kardashian is the one who ended the relationship.

On his Instagram story he wrote, "Once again, you guys failed".

However, Kim and Khloé were quick to defend their older sister. The website also published pictures of Younes getting very, very cozy with Jordan Ozuna, who was previously linked to Tyga and Justin Bieber, in Mexico on August 6.

"Nice pics from your 'boys trip, '" Kim commented, regarding his trip to Mexico where he was caught getting flirty with Jordon Ozuna in a barely there bikini. "F**k your Hollywood bulls**t".

"Alexa play "heard it all before" by Sunshine Anderson," Khloe wrote alongside a screenshot of Bendjima's Instagram Story posted by The Shade Room.

According to the publication, apparently Kourtney went ahead and dumped Younes a few weeks back because he was allegedly cheating on her.

Following two years of dating, Kardashian and Bendjima are no more.

However, sources claimed that the comment was just Younes' attempt at humour. News that they are not "romantically involved in any way, shape or form".

"It was nothing more than friends having fun at the beach", she said.

Just recently Kourtney was spotted all smiles, and she seemed just fine yesterday - she was seen at Westfield Century City doing some shopping with sister Kim and brought along her daughter Penelope Disick to make it a girls day out.

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