Baby daddy Tristan Thompson is probably in some hot water with pregnant girlfriend Khloé Kardashian after he was caught physically cheating on her multiple times with several different women — and allegedly sending dirty text messages to others. While Koko is set to give birth to the couple's first child literally any second now, she might have to raise this baby alone.
Sources previously told In Touch that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was prepared for this scenario all along. "It's very sad," a family source said. "Khloé is strong but sad. She's been so unlucky in love. Tristan is there for fun but not the full-time commitment, so she will be raising this baby alone."
The entire pregnancy was bittersweet for the reality star as her dream of becoming a mother had finally come true, yet the Cleveland Cavaliers player wasn't interested in leaving his bachelor days for good. The source explained that he "is absolutely not in any rush to marry Khloé. He's young and doesn't want to commit to a life as her husband."
And while the pair have yet to publicly comment on the scandal, a few of Khloé's friends and former enemies have come to her rescue. Her bestie, Khadijah Haqq, shared a cryptic message on Instagram that fans believed alludes to Tristan's cheating ways, "The best thing a father can do for his children is love their mother. — Jon Wooden." Khlo's sister, Kourtney Kardashian, unfollowed Tristan on the platform.
Surprisingly enough, Amber Rose — who fueded with Khloé back in 2015 over Kylie Jenner and Tyga's relationship — also wrote a message on Instagram moments after the news broke. She said, "I know we've had our differences in the past but my heart is broken for you sis smh. No one deserves to feel that pain especially during such a sensitive time. God bless you and your baby."
The outpouring of love didn't stop there, either. Tristan's ex Jordan seemingly reached out as well sharing a message on social media that read, "If you respect yourself and you respect others, you never make light of the misfortune of anyone, nor would you feel indemnified when it comes at the expense of others. Wishing peace for everyone."