The Khloe Kardashian – Tristan Thompson mess hasn’t been away from the world. It was after the latter allegedly cheated on the reality TV star with Kylie’s former BFF and they parted ways. However, the two continue to share a cordial bond as parents to True Thompson. Ever since the cheating scandal, Tristan has been finding ways to mend things with Khloe, and in the latest episode preview of Keeping Up With The Kardashians 18, the model has addressed the same.
The promo opens with Khloe being showered with gifts from her ex Tristan, to which, she reacts saying, “You've got to stop buying me things, it's really crazy.” Opening further on their current rapport, Khloe says, “I also just want to be really smart, and not have any of these lines blurred.” She then discusses an incident of hers and Tristan Thompson with sister Kim Kardashian. “It made me feel smothered. We need space. This is not good. And I told him you were spending too much time together,” says Khloe.
Fans were quick to criticise Khloe for not admitting getting back with Tristan but still accepting his gifts. A user wrote, “Why would you accept gifts from someone your not dating?? Like this has nothing to to with the child you share together. How is that not “blurring the lines” he keeps sending them cause your accepting them duhhh,” while another commented, “Like everyone doesn’t know that they r back together. The B/S story lines. Everything on that show is soooo predictable, wonder why Kourtney wanted to leave the B/S show.”
Check out the video below:
In other news, Khloe and Tristan’s baby girl True recently turned 2 and she had a lavish party organised by her mom and dad. Reportedly, Tristan and Khloe are spending their quarantine together. (ALSO READ - Khloe Kardashian Shares An Unmissable TB Pic From Her Preggers Days With Kylie Jenner; The Kar-Jenner Girls Flaunt Their Baby Bumps)
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