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    Scott Disick Dedicated A Post To Khloé Kardashian On ~Woman Crush Wednesday~ And Fans Have Thoughts

    "I'm confused, are they a thing?"

    Scott Disick and Khloé Kardashian have had a tumultuous relationship over the years.

    In fact, at one stage, Khloé actively despised Scott and ended up slapping him in the face during an argument.

    However, after bonding over emotional troubles in their lives — Khloé was going through her divorce from Lamar Odom at the same time as Scott was dealing with his alcohol issues — they've become super close, supporting and ribbing each other in equal measures.

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    Well, it's safe to say Khloé is currently going Through It at the moment, following her split from father of her daughter and ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson after he was accused of cheating on her with Kylie Jenner's best friend, Jordyn Woods.

    Over the weekend, Khloé stepped out for the first time since the split, and she looked absolutely stunning.

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    And, in what appears to be a show of support for Khloé at this time, Scott decided to post a photo of her outing on his Instagram page on ~Woman Crush Wednesday~, declaring that he'd been waiting all week to share it.

    Fans were immediately confused. Some wondered whether Khloé and Scott were dating.

    Others thought it was a bit odd since Scott was with Khloé's sister Kourtney for 10 years.

    And some pointed out that Scott is in a relationship with Sofia Richie, but rarely posts anything like this about her.

    Others called it "strange."

    While some immediately began shipping Scott and Khloé.

    However, a lot of fans thought the whole thing was actually just "family supporting family," and praised Scott for the post.

    And then who should show up in the comments but Khloé herself — and it turns out she liked the post.

    So all is well with the Lord and his lady.

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