Earlier this month Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker officially confirmed their relationship on Instagram and while they received lots of support from friends and family on social media, the relationship has prompted an increasingly messy feud with Travis's ex-wife Shanna Moakler. Now, people are convinced that Kourtney is using her business to clap back at Shanna amid the ongoing feud.
In case you need a recap, it all started last week when Shanna 'liked' a comment on Instagram saying that Travis had "downgraded big time" with Kourtney. Then, a few days later Shanna spoke to a reporter outside LAX Airport where she said she was "happy for both of them," and that she didn't intentionally like the Instagram comment; "I don't even know what that comment was. I like comments all day. I don't even know what comment it was..."
However, a few days after that she shared a meme on her Instagram Story poking fun at the relationship. Along with a laugh emoji and a wink emoji the meme read, "Stop complaining about your life. There are people out there dating your ex".
Instagram comments, memes and emojis - so far, so feud-y. And while it looked as though Kourtney hadn't responded to the comments, many are now convinced that she's actually using her business to clap back at Shanna.
Kourtney regularly reposts Instagram Stories from her brand Poosh and earlier this week she reposted a specific Story from the brand saying, "Stop (social media) stalking your ex" which linked to a story titled "How To Break The Habit Of Stalking Your Ex On Social Media."
Of course, people have quickly began to speculate that the post is Kourtney's response to Shanna's recent comments, which isn't exactly beyond the realms of possibility...
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and Blink-182 drummer were first romantically linked in early February when fans spotted matching photos of a trip on their Instagram Stories. Kourtney then confirmed the relationship officially two weeks later.
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