Since the Jordyn Woods/Tristan Thompson scandal went down almost a month ago, Khloeé Kardashian has had the support of her family and friends, including her sister's ex-boyfriend Scott Disick.


It's no secret that Disick and Kardashian have been really good friends for a long time. But fans are questioning one thing after Disick recently posted a "Woman Crush Wednesday" post about Khloé.


“Been waiting all week to post this #wcw,” Disick wrote on his Instagram post, which showed Kardashian in a sexy white fishnet catsuit.


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Been waiting all week to post this #wcw

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Many have found Scott's support heartwarming, however others are finding it hypocritical that the father-of-three can outwardly flirt with Khloé, but when Tristan allegedly only pecked Jordyn (as she claims), the family pretty much disowned her.


"@khloekardashian so it’s okay for your sisters [sic] baby daddy to have a crush on you, but not okay for your other sisters [sic] bf to kiss your man?! I’m so confused," one commented, while another added, "I’m lost on why people find this ok but jordyn And Triston [sic] situation was so bad..." A third wrote, "@khloekardashian Oh but Jordyn gets dragged through the mud for an insignificant little peck but this is not weird."


Others were angry Scott was showing such love to Khloé, when he was unfaithful to Kourt when they were together. "Why couldn’t you be this loyal towards Kourtney?," one wrote.


But many stood up for Scott and KoKo, as we all know they've had a great friendship over the years. This also is hardly the first time that the pair have expressed their admiration for one another on social media. The two friends posted the same selfie of themselves in 2016.


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Relationship goals

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"Relationship goals," Scott sarcastically wrote.


However you feel about Scott's newest post, we're just glad Khloé has people to support her and lift her up when she's feeling down.