Loving the single life! Kourtney Kardashian admitted to her pal Larsa Pippen on Keeping Up With the Kardashians that she’s completely “content” being on her own at the moment. The two ladies escaped from the group to air out some tension that they had brewing between them during a trip to Turks and Caicos, which was also attended by Khloé Kardashian and Malika Haqq. The Poosh founder confessed that she was just in a new place in her life and is appreciating not having a man cramp her style.
“I just feel like I’m in a different place where I just don’t feel like I need that. Like, I’m content hanging out with my friends,” the 40-year-old began to explain to Larsa, 45. Her BFF quickly quipped, “You’re such a liar!” However, Kourtney noted that she’s feeling herself at the moment and has more confidence. “I just feel like I’m on a different vibe. I just feel so content with just myself. Like, I don’t feel like I need anybody,” she continued.
The ladies were simply feeling very opposite when it came to their outlook on dating. At the time of filming, Kourtney was on the heels of her split from Younes Bendjima. The former Real Housewives of Miami star had filed for divorce from her husband, Scottie Pippen, back in November 2018. “I’m just saying — because you’re in a different place than that — and if that’s, like, what you’re into, I don’t want to be judgmental of you,” Kourtney added. “Like you were a month ago?” Larsa cheekily asked the starlet — to which the E! star agreed with a laugh, “Yes, exactly!”
The mom of three noted, “Like, I’d rather hang out at the house and be silly and, you know, dance or whatever … I just don’t feel like I need anyone else to hang out with [and] texting random guys that are meaningless.” Larsa saw what her friend was saying and acknowledged, “For sure, that’s way better for you … Trust me, you’ll go through, like, 10 more phases in the next three months.”
Just because the longtime gal pals have different dating philosophies at the moment doesn’t mean it should affect their strong bond. “It feels good to open up to Larsa and, you know, really have her understand that I’m just in a different place and my energy isn’t going toward partying or guys. Because, even if we’re at different places in our lives, she’ll still always be one of my best friends,” Kourtney explained in a private interview.
Men come and go, but strong friendships can be forever!