Believe it or not, not everyone loves the PDA-filled photos Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian have been sharing on social media lately.
Travis Barker’s ex-wife Shanna Moakler threw major shade at Kourtney Kardashian
Among those who would rather not see any photos of the Blink 182 drummer touching the reality star’s bare butt is his ex-wife, Shanna Moakler, who apparently just dropped shade on their relationship by posting the relationship anywhere on Instagram .
Moakler’s latest shade came to Barker and Kardashian after they shared photos from their latest trip to the desert.
According to screenshots by Buzzfeed News, Moakler clearly doesn’t like couples who post their relationship on social media.
Earlier this month, she posted a photo of her boyfriend, Matthew Rondeau, kissing her hand in his own food. “He makes me happy,” she wrote.
But when one of her followers criticized her and Rondeau for not posting more about each other, Moakler had an uptight and somber response.
“In contrast to some people, my relationship status is not based on social media posting,” she wrote. “I am happy in life not on IG.”
This wasn’t the first time Moakler has attacked Barker and Kardashian’s relationship apparently Buzzfeed News, the model began liking the couple’s Instagram comments in February, just hours after they were officially confirmed to be dating.
One of the comments Moakler liked reported that “Travis downgraded.” Just a few days later, she struck a subtle tone with a quote on her Instagram stories, “Stop complaining about your life.
There are people out there dating your ex.”
After seeing Moakler’s post, Kardashian slipped, A matching quote hidden from herself. “Stop stalking your ex on social media,” her post read.
She also linked a poosh article titled “How to Break the Habit of Chasing Your Ex on Social Media” in case her message wasn’t clear.
Unfortunately, Moakler isn’t the only spirit from the couple’s past who has taken to social media to criticize their relationship.
Earlier this week, Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima shared a quote on social media that raised some eyebrows. “Shamelessness has become so normal in today’s society that modesty has become foreign.”