Scott Disick SNUBBED from Kardashian Easter celebration after feeling 'left out' by family amid ex Kourtney's engagement

KOURTNEY Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick has been snubbed by her family once again, as he was left out of their Easter celebration on Saturday.

The 38-year-old recently opened up about feeling excluded from all things Kardashian amid his baby mama’s engagement to Travis Barker.

Kourtney, along with her sisters Kim and Khloe, shared photos and videos from their family’s lavish Easter party on Saturday, but Scott was noticeably absent.

The affair, hosted by matriarch Kris Jenner, featured an elegant dining set-up, a large spread of breads and cheeses and veggies, a table filled with various desserts, and an arts station for the kids.

While the whole Kardashian clan shared footage of their time together, Scott posted on social media of his day, which was far away from the other.

The father of three wasn’t even on land, as he shared a photo of himself in a speed boat out on the water.

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The shot featured just the front of the boat, along with a bit of the cityscape in the background and bright, blue skies.

Scott simply captioned it: “Cig.”

The second photo he shared was a close-up of an engraved team logo.

It read: “World Champion Racing Team, CIGARETTE.”

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Scott has often proved that he’s a fan of Cigarette boats, as he’s posted photos of them on his Instagram before.

He also hosted an event with Cigarette Racing Team at Miami’s Art Basel last year.


Now, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum got the chance enjoy some time on his boat to clear his mind and shake off being snubbed once again by the Kardashians.

After his time out on the water, Scott celebrated night two of Passover with a Seder with some friends.

“Happy Passover to my Jews,” he captioned a video from the affair.

He also included a photo of himself smiling and holding up a piece of matzah at the dinner table.


It was previously revealed, during the premiere episode of the Kardashian’s new Hulu show on Thursday, that Scott was excluded from a recent family BBQ.

During the episode, many members of the Kardashian-Jenner family came together for a barbecue at Kim’s place, but Scott was left out.

Kourtney’s new beau, Travis, was there, though.

Khloe and baby daddy Tristan Thompson, Kylie, Kris, and Corey Gamble, and Kourtney and Scott’s kids were all also in attendance.

At one point, Kim pointed out that Kourtney giving all of her attention to Travis and no longer inviting Scott to things is exactly what he’d been worried about.


She said: "It's everything he was always afraid of, 'I don't have any family, you're my only family,' and now it's coming true.”

Kourtney defended herself, though, firing back: "Hold on guys, Scott and I have been broken up for seven years and I gave him 10 years before that. 

“So why is everyone making such a big deal about this?”

She added in a confessional: "Let's just not hate on a girl who finally knows what she deserves.”

In his own confessional during the episode, Scott opened up about how he’s been doing since Kourtney began her relationship with the Blink-182 drummer.

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He shared: ”For the first time in my life it's finally starting to change. 

“Now that Kourtney's got her life with Travis, as hard as it is, it does give me a place to finally be able to move on.”

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