Following The Season 2 Premiere Of Her Reality Show, Khloé Kardashian Said She Was Afraid To Go Online
After the second season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians was released on Hulu, Khloé Kardashian admitted that she was afraid to go online. In a series of messages published on Twitter over the weekend, the reality star admitted that the second season’s first episode was one of the most challenging episodes she has ever had to film.
I love you! Because I’ve been reading your tweets and comments about the first episode, I’m completely overcome with overwhelming feelings. Kim Kardashian’s tweet storm started because of this. I have to admit that I was apprehensive about going online, but my loved ones and friends assured me that people are generally caring and kind. I made up my mind to investigate the situation on my own.
In the episode, viewers saw Kardashian deal with the fallout of learning that her on-again, off-again ex Tristan Thompson had fathered a kid with another woman and was aware of it at the time he and Kardashian decided to proceed with having another child together; this time via surrogate.
The episode reached its climax in July, when the surrogate successfully gave birth to a baby boy, much to Kardashian’s delight. The Good American creator, who is now 38 years old, also has a daughter named True with her former partner, an NBA star who is currently 31 years old.
In spite of the fact that I was apprehensive about reading the notes, I am so happy that I did. After first avoiding social media, Kim Kardashian gushed in another tweet that she had “never seen so much love, generosity, and empathy in a really long time.” Kardashian had initially abstained from using social media.
I’d like to express my gratitude to everyone for their generosity, support, and affection. I am grateful to you for your kindness and comprehension.
Leave a Reply