She approves! Khloé Kardashian took to Twitter on Saturday, June 2 to show some love to her brother-in-law Kanye West after he dropped his much anticipated album Love Everyone. But some fans thought it was strange that she would co-sign the record even though there was a line in it that referenced her baby daddy Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal.
"Ye," the 33-year-old wrote, adding three fire emojis. It seemed like she was saying that his new album was fire, and fans flooded her mentions with their speculation. "Break up with Triistan, one fan wrote, while another commented, "Is it true you’ve stayed with Tristan cause he’s a baller?"
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) June 2, 2018
That's kind of what Kanye alluded to in the lyrics to his song, "All Mine," with the lines: "All these thots on Christian Mingle, almost what got Tristan single / If you don't ball like him or Kobe / Guarantee that b—h gonna leave you." He seemed to imply that the only reason why Khloé decided to stay with Tristan is becasue he's a good basketball player.
For most fans, it's hard to understand why Khloé would take the Cleveland Cavaliers star back after he was caught in photos and on video cheating on her with multiple women while she was pregnant with their one-month-old daughter True Thompson. But she decided to forgive him and not only did she allow him into the delivery room to witness their baby girl's birth, but she is still living in Cleveland with Tristan and last week, she took to Twitter to slam fans who keep giving her unsolicited advice about her love life.
"People spend too much time finding other people to blame, too much energy finding excuses for not being what they are capable of being. People these days are focused so much on someone else’s life instead of their own," the 33-year-old wrote on Twitter. "They love to give advice but are not living the advice that they are offering. Most of the ones giving advice are in no place to give anything at all. Focus on your own world. I’m sure there’s cracks there that need your attention. We all got 'em."