The rapper and Khloe Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, French Montana, said to reporters from TMZ recently that he wants everyone to be content, no drama, no crying, and no fighting. When TMZ approached him outside of Poppy nightclub in Los Angeles and asked him about the Tristan Thompson cheating fiasco, Montana said, “let me tell you something, man. I want everybody to be happy.”
The 33-year-old said he wants to promote happiness and love, not drama and negativity, and whenever he’s approached with evil, he gets out of there.
The rapper said him and his crew are doing well, because they’re healthy, wealthy, and things are great. After he updated reporters on how he’s doing, he jumped into his car while singing the song, Love and Happiness, from the musician, Al Green.
And while he eloquently dodged the question and appeared unfazed by the rumor, according to The Shade Room, after the scandal got to the mainstream media, French Montana started following Khloe on Instagram.
And in case you didn’t know – because not a lot of fans remember – French and Kardashian dated back in 2013 until 2014.
At the time, Khloe said she and Montana had to break it off because she wasn’t ready to jump right into another relationship after breaking up with Lamar Odom, who also cheated on her and struggled seriously with drugs.
As for how Lamar is handling the whole situation, a source close to the NBA star explained, “he’s pretty upset by the rumors. It’s too bad; she just had a child with him. It’s crazy.” Lamar and Khloe were married for four years after they decided to get married following just one month of dating.
The fact it even lasted for that long is amazing, considering they barely even got to know each other. It appears Khloe doesn’t know how to pick them. Celebrity Insider reported previously that Khloe just wanted to get out of Cleveland as soon as possible and go back home.