The latest reports are suggesting Khloe Kardashian won't be going back to Los Angeles soon.
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"Well, I saw some relationship issues, yes, yeah, yeah", the 22-year-old reality star admitted, having previously commented on Kardashian's romance during her June 2017 appearance on his show. With these newly rumored developments, this has some Kardashian news followers re-thinking the circumstances surrounding True Thompson's baby name. The baller was benched for his team The Cleveland Cavaliers first-round playoff home game against the Indiana Pacers last night.
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While the 27-year-old National Basketball Association player didn't hit the court, that didn't stop Kardashian's assistant, Alexa Okyle, and another apparent member of her team, Jeanne Du Preez, from cheering on the Cavaliers and sharing pics and videos from the game. He was also caught allegedly cheating on Kardashian earlier this month, less than a week before she delivered True. "He is the father of her child, but she feels betrayed and blindsided", the source said. The father of Khloe's baby daddy threatened that he has enough information to write a tell-all story, declaring, "I can write a book about what happened", later adding that the finished product would be "really good and sad". Now, that Khloe has given birth to Thompson's new daughter, Kris Jenner has stepped in as Khloe's momager. "Now that they are leaving, it will allow her time to process everything".
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The former Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers star was on ESPN's " The Jump " when he was asked about his current favorite player. The top-5 in order: The Warriors, the Cavaliers, the 76ers, the Lakers and the Boston Celtics .
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