After a rumor claimed she was dating again, Khloe Kardashian set the record straight. Khloe Kardashian put an end to this dating rumor.
After an anonymous report on the Celebrity Gossip Instagram account Deux Moi claimed that the Good American founder was “watching another NBA player,” she responded by commenting on a post about it on @kardashiansocial‘s fan page.
“It’s definitely NOT true !!!” Khloe wrote on June 18. “I love you! Thank you for the nice wishes, but I’m not seeing a soul. I’m happy to dedicate myself to my daughter and me for a while.”
Khloe made her comments amid a breakup with NBA star Tristan Thompson, with whom she shares a 4-year-old daughter, True Thompson.
On the May 19 episode of The Kardashians, Khloe and Tristan talk about a November incident in which security had to pull a viewer out of one of their NBA games after he interrupted the athlete by insulting Khloe Kardashian.
The basketball player told Khloe Kardashian that the man called her “p—a,” that she “talks to different basketball players,” and that he was “just the next one.” Khloe Kardashian was married to Lamar Odom and dated Rashad McCants and James Harden.
“Okay, he called me p—a and said I hang out with basketball players,” Khloe replied to Tristan on her Hulu show. “I’ve had six boyfriends. Three of them have been in the NBA. Thank you. How is that my problem?”
Tristan replied, “I said, ‘Yeah, you’re not going to keep talking about my family like that.’ So I pulled his butt out of there.”
Khloe and Tristan separated in the spring of 2021. They remained on good terms with him until she discovered in December that he cheated on her and had a child, now six months old, with another woman, Maralee Nichols, who had filed a paternity lawsuit. Tristan later apologized to Khloe on Instagram for causing her “heartache and humiliation.”
He added: “Life is full of lessons, moments of learning. We should handle them with grace/love,” he tweeted. “Even if they hurt us. Take your moment, cry/scream, but stay serene and remember that love heals and teaches more than anger or hatred. We all deserve forgiveness and, above all, LOVE.”