Scott Disick and Sofia Richie Never Broke Up and Probably Never Will

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Did you think (hope?) that Scott Disick and Sofia Richie broke up, since it was reported over the weekend that Scott Disick and Sofia Richie broke up? Well, joke’s on you, because they didn’t and it’s frankly absurd of you to think that Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are ever going to end their utterly perplexing romance.

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“We had no idea we even broke up but thanks for thinking of us,” Disick captioned an Instagram story accompanying a photo of a TMZ piece, headlined “Sofia Richie & Scott Disick Still Together.” Even TMZ sounds disappointed.

As proof of their enduring love, the two were seen leaving Nobu in Malibu together, which is where people go when they want to prove that just because someone had his arm around an unidentified woman at a Wyoming listening party doesn’t mean he was boning her, okay?

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In conclusion: All of your relationships will someday turn to dust, but Scott Disick and Sofia Richie will be together forever.

[People]


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Against my better judgement, I clicked on the Malia link and immediately regretted it.

Jezebel, can we cease reprinting photographs of Malia?

She looks miserable (to be photographed) and has requested time and again that people not take her picture as though she were some sort of object without agency. She did not choose the spotlight; she wishes to live as an ordinary college student might, and she has asked people repeatedly to stop capturing her image.

We cannot do anything about the paparazzi; we can cease reprinting these photographs onsite.

This is a normal young woman walking down a street in which she might presumably expect some degree of privacy (versus an official event of some sort); let’s not collaborate with those who profit over depriving a young woman of her voice and image. She did not ask for this trajectory.