Kourtney Kardashian
Fans of Kourtney Kardashian trolled Younes Bendjima. In this image, Kourtney Kardashian arrives for the launch of her clothing line, Kardashian Kollection, for the British high street retail chain Dorothy Perkins in London, Nov. 8, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

Fans of Kourtney Kardashian flocked to her boyfriend Younes Bendjima’s Instagram account after he disapproved of her bikini picture by commenting, "That's what you need to show to get likes?" Her fans specifically headed to his photo in swim trunks to flood it with similar comments.

The entire episode began after Kardashian posted a photo of her sporting a floral bikini with the caption, "don't be shady, be a lady" on Instagram. Her boyfriend wasn't impressed with the post and took to the comment section to express his dislike. But the since-deleted comment did not sit well with Kardashian's fans.

"Is this what YOU need to show to get likes?! Boy bye! Don't come for our queen," an infuriated fan wrote on his picture.

People reported that Bendjima has never been a fan of her sharing revealing snaps on social media. "He never liked that she posted sexy pictures of herself on social media. He doesn't want his girlfriend to do that. He gets that it's her job, but wants her to post more covered up picture," a source told the publication.

"He has always had a problem with this. This is the stuff they argue about and what made them split in the past,” the source added.

The duo just returned from an extravagant European vacation that they spent with her three children.

“Kourtney and Younes spent several weeks together in Europe. They had the best time!” a source told People. “It was hard for Younes when Kourtney left and returned to L.A. with the kids.”

The couple spent a week traveling solo before they were joined by her kids for the next two weeks. They traveled around Italy and she also posted several photos on social media showing off her toned physique.

Kardashian, 39, and Bendjima, 25, made their relationship official in Cannes last May. In December, a source confirmed to People that they were serious.

“No one thought their relationship would last this long, but Kourtney is very happy,” the source said. “Younes has met her kids. Kourtney’s family really likes him. He’s the opposite of Scott. He doesn’t party, isn’t flashy and really treats Kourtney with a lot of respect. It’s obvious that he really cares about her.”

However in May this year, speculations of possible tension between the two came up after fans noticed they had unfollowed each other on Instagram. She then went on to delete her account for a brief time while he made it private.

Bendjima had also shared a cryptic note saying, “Feels good to stop looking at your phone and start looking at the world. Try. Even for a day,” and later shared a quote saying, "I’m both an introvert and extrovert. I love people, but I need to be alone. I’ll go out to meet people, but it has an expiration because I have to recharge. If I don’t find the valuable alone time I need to recharge, I cannot be my highest self."