Khloe Kardashian’s subtle response to Tristan Thompson false cheating stories

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Photo credit: Instagram/Khloe Kardashian
Photo credit: Instagram/Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian took to Twitter to share a subtle response to the new Tristan Thompson cheating allegations, which he has denied as defamatory and untrue.

ICYMI, a report broke from MailOnline yesterday [21 June] which claimed Tristan had “disappeared into a bedroom with three women at a Bel Air house party and emerged 30 minutes later looking 'dishevelled’".

While the claims are currently unverified (and Tristan took to Twitter to deny them), YouTuber Tana Montageau threw her name into the story on social media. She tweeted, “All I know to tweet about my birthday party last night is that Tristan Thompson was one of the first attendees. Like babe where’s True.”

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While Khloe didn’t directly respond to the tweet, she did ‘like’ a response which called Tana out for getting involved. The quote tweet read, “Shut the **** up. This screams attention-seeking at it’s finest bc you know damn well that man gon make headlines over anything pertaining to women. You’re a bird! Don’t speak on True either weird ass *** [sic]”

The ‘like’ is still live on Khloe’s Twitter.

Tana later responded with an indirect tweet which read, “You’re a bird, I’m a bird."

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Earlier on his own account, Tristan used the blue cap emoji to deny the rumours. Urban Dictionary says this “refers to whenever someone is ‘cappin’ which means you're either lying or over exaggerating.”

A report from Page Six claims Khloe and Tristan, who share 3-year-old daughter True, actually split shortly after prior cheating allegations in April. “They’re getting along,” the source said. “There is no drama. Everything is amicable, and they are on the same page with co-parenting.”

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Sounds messy.

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