Kris Jenner & Scott Disick Sort Out Their Differences: 'She Kind Of Is Like A Dream Mother'

Things have been tense between Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner and her daughter Kourtney’s baby daddy, Scott Disick, for a while now and it appears E! got involved with the reality stars to sort out the tension.

Kris and Scott sat down with E!‘s Giuliana Rancic where Kris explained she does have love for Scott.

“First of all… he’s the father of my grandchild. So you know, just that alone, you get big stars for that,” Kris said.

But, when asked what the “core” of her “beef” with Scott is, Kris said Scott came into the relationship with Kourtney not understanding how their family dynamic worked.

“When you date one of my kids, you date all of us,” she explained. “We come as this pack.

“He never had that, ‘If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em’ attitude,” Kris added.

“I’ve learned to live with it,” Scott chimed in. “And the truth is, I admire it now. And as much as we butt heads, at the end of the day, she kind of is, like a dream mother for me to have.”

Scott said Kris has – at times – been hard on him and he felt compared to the sports superstars Kris’ other daughters — Kim and Khloe — are involved with.

“It wasn’t always about what I was doing, it was just kind of the way she put it to me, and I knew she didn’t mean anything maliciously, like, ‘This is Reggie [Bush], this is Lamar [Odom] and this is what they do. What are you doing?’” Scott recounted. “I can’t fulfill those shoes. I’m not gonna be an athlete. She gets that.

“She just wants me to be successful and if it means a little kick in the a** by saying, ‘Here’s success, do you want that too?’ That’s fine,” he added.

The Kardashian mom said she and Scott are on good terms now, despite what will be seen in this Sunday’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” season finale, which airs on E! at 10 PM.

“A lot has gone on since the time that has filmed, so there’s been a lot of healing, a lot of growing,” she said.

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