On Friday, Kim Kardashian broke her silence on the Tristan Thompson‘s cheating scandal that rocked Khloe’s world just days before she gave birth.
Tristan was caught with multiple women hours before baby True was born. While on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Kim stated that it was “fu*ked up.”
A source close to the basketball player said he is angry at Kanye West’s wife because he was hoping to keep a shred of dignity by addressing the matter in a private setting.
The family friend went on to reveal: “Tristan expected that he would be grilled on Keeping Up, but never thought that Kim or anyone would go on Ellen or any other talk show to talk about the cheating allegations. Tristan wanted to keep it in-house as much as possible, but now he sees that there are no rules when it comes to the family talking about it.”
The person said that it is an emotional time for the athlete and added: “The fact that the entire planet knows his dirty laundry is messing with his emotions. He knows that he put himself in this messy situation, but it is messing with him. He wants to focus on basketball, and that is just not going to happen.”
Many agree with Tristan and are bashing the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.
One person said: “So is Kim like the designated speaker for everyone’s issues in the family…she makes all the announcements and gives all the statements…geez did you feel bad for Jordan when Tristan left her for your sister?”
Another commenter wrote: “So I guess she is not gonna acknowledge the fact that Tristan left his first BM behind while she was still PG to date Khloé … Did Khloé not think this was not gonna happen to her too.Kim needs to mind her own business. Worry about your four children.”
A third fan stated: “But yet she stayed with him, so I do not wanna hear it from either of you! Not to mention everyone in your family has done this to other women as well so she is getting what she deserves this is her karma for taking a baby daddy away from that other girl.”
The cheating scandal seems to also be affecting the NBA’s star career.