“Relationships are harder now,” the first message said. “Now because conversations became texting, arguments became phone calls, feelings became subliminal messages, sex became easy, the word ‘love’ is used out of context, insecurities became a way of thinking, getting jealous became a habit, trust is hard to come by, being hurt became natural and leaving became the only opinion. Sad but true, so if you have something that’s worth it … don’t take it for granted, fight for it and don’t let it go.”
Of course, the reality star, 34, didn’t give any more clues as to what her current relationship status is with the basketball player, 27. However, she did follow up with a hopeful message.
“Everything will happen for you all of a sudden and you’ll be thankful you didn’t give up,” the second post said. “Blessings are coming. Believe that.”
In April 2018, news broke that the Canada native was caught cheating on the KUWTK star with several women — just days before Khloé gave birth to her daughter, True Thompson. The couple has been picking up the pieces and trying to get back on track ever since, but it hasn’t been easy. They even had to relive the whole ~scandal~ on a November 2018 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
The Revenge Body host admitted on Twitter she was enraged when she learned that Tristan was unfaithful. “Oh well, thank God a camera was NOT with me in Cleveland!!!” she wrote. “I won’t put in writing what I did, but let’s just say he’s LUCKY I was 9 months pregnant. I love filming for the show, and I am proud that we are all strong and brave enough to be vulnerable BUT we have to start airing shows closer to real time. This episode is about 7 months old and it’s a lot to relive all over again. But maybe I need to.”
Recently, the lovebirds seem to be in a better place. On January 12, they went on a dinner date at Craig’s Restaurant in West Hollywood and then the blonde beauty supported her man at the Cavs game.
Welp, we never know with these two, so, hopefully Khloé can give us an update ASAP.
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