Tristan Thompson Reportedly Had To Apologize To Kris Jenner Too For Jordan Cheating Scandal

Tristan Thompson Reportedly Had To Apologize To Kris Jenner Too For Jordan Cheating Scandal
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During the latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, it was revealed that Tristan Thompson not only had to apologize to Khloe Kardashian, but he also had to say sorry to Kris Jenner for cheating on her daughter with her other daughter's best friend.

Page Six picked up on Thursday night's episode of KUTWK this week in which the 29-year-old NBA player said sorry to Kris for cheating on Khloe with Jordyn Woods. As most know, this act led to the breakup of Kylie and Jordyn's friendship.

Thompson explained how what he did hurt her, adding that it "affected" him a lot, especially because Kris considered him as a son. He said, "that's what was the part that was really sad." The 65-year-old went on to say Tristan hurt everyone in the family with his actions.

Kris claimed the "bottom line" is everyone in the family wants Khloe, Tristan, and True to all be happy. So when he did something to upset the balance of the group, it was bad for everyone involved, either directly or indirectly.

During a confessional, Jenner explained how she felt a lot better about Tristan these days because of all of the work he put into himself to make things right between himself and Khloe. As most know, Khloe and Tristan have a 2-year-old daughter named True.

Khloe, on other hand, expressed her doubt over Tristan and whether he was just going to cheat on her again the moment he got what he wanted. As most know, Tristan has already cheated on her twice at this point, once with an IG model and another time with Jordyn.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians episode left a lot of loose ends, but it's clear Khloe and Tristan are now back together. Thompson recently went to Kim's birthday party this past month, which was widely knocked on social media for being tone-deaf.


Followers of the family know the Kardashian-Jenner clan took a trip to a private island to "pretend" like the pandemic wasn't still going on, much to social media users' chagrin.

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