Khloe Kardashian may have forgiven Tristan Thompson for cheating on her a week before the arrival of their daughter, True in April. However, fans have clearly not forgotten. Tristan continues to get booed at away games with the Cleveland Cavaliers regularly and Khloe wishes this would finally come to an end.
Although Tristan seems to have cleaned up his act and is, in fact, a good baby daddy to True, people are still angry with his behaviour and troll him on social media. But, Khloe has had enough of this and wishes people would just give Tristan a break.
A source close to Khloe revealed to Hollywood Life, "Khloe is upset and frustrated that people are still so hard on Tristan, she is ready to put the negativity of his cheating behind them and move ahead as a happy family. Khloe appreciates that people want to have her back but she does not feel that she needs protection from Tristan at this point. She is choosing to see the best in Tristan and she is hoping that her fans, her friends and her family will all do the same. Khloe is ready for a happy new chapter and is very much looking forward to the new year."
It appears that Tristan too is struggling with the heckling from fans. At a recent game against the Brooklyn Nets, the 27-year-old ended up showing his middle finger to the crowd after they called him a 'bum' among other nasty names.
Despite all the drama, Tristan and Khloe finally seem to be in a better place. This year, the 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' star took off for Cleveland along with daughter True to spend Thanksgiving Day with Tristan.
Since Tristan could not spend Thanksgiving with the rest of the Kardashian clan in Los Angeles, Khloe didn't hesitate to take her daughter and set out for Cleveland so that the three of them could spend the holiday as a family.
An insider revealed to HollywoodLife that Khloe bit the bullet and decided to head out to Cleveland. "Khloe has agreed to sacrifice going home to California to be with the rest of her family. That way, at least Tristan, she and True can all be together."