Although the Kardashian family has been nothing but supportive for Caitlyn Jenner since transitioning, the I Am Cait star is starting to realise that not everyone might be as gracious as her family has.
In a new clip from the E! reality series, Caitlyn talks to Scott Disick about how he really feels about her transition, as she wants to hear a true answer from a "man's perspective."
"I definitely think it's a lot different from me than a buddy you know because the sense that you've been in my life a long time," Scott explains. "You're part of my kids' life. I don't know if every man in the world is going to be as comfortable as I am."
Scott's comment causes Caitlyn to bring up Kim Kardashian's ex-husband, Kris Humphries, whom Caitlyn has dubbed Kris "Idiot" Humphries. She and Scott discuss Humphries' derogatory comment that he made following Caitlyn's interview with Diane Sawyer, which faced such backlash that he was forced to apologize only a few hours later.
But Kourtney Kardashian's now-ex boyfriend reassures Caitlyn that she has more than enough people in her life already. Always maintaining a positive attitude, Caitlyn jokes she has too many friends and too much to do to worry about those who criticize her.
"Anyone who's worth being in your life will understand and will work at the relationship," says Scott.
"I don't need haters in my life," responds Caitlyn.
Scott has talked about Caitlyn's transition with her in the past, telling her that some of their prior feuding could have been avoided had Scott only knew and understood what was going on in her mind.
"I felt like for so many years, you know, me and you had a big disconnect and if I would have had any idea of some of the things that you were struggling with, I wouldn't have been so insecure about why we couldn't get along properly, sometimes," Scott said on Part 2 of the Keeping up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special.
I Am Cait airs Monday at 9:30 p.m. only on E!.