Khloé Kardashian is opening up about how she found out about Tristan Thompson’s recent paternity scandal. During an episode of Dear Media’s Not Skinny But Not Fat Podcast with Amanda Hirsch, Khloé confirmed that Hulu’s cameras were around when the Kardashians found out the news—meaning the moment will be featured on The Kardashians.
“Every time this happens—which is so sad that it’s happened multiple times—but somehow there are always, like, cameras are with them,” Khloé said. “Kim was filming at like 6 am, a workout because I think her and Kanye were doing something with the kids. So randomly, they were filming, and Kim was in the gym, and she, in real time, found out the information. I found out through Kim. A sister always tells me.”
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Khloé added, “I found out every time through a sister. And I find out with the rest of the world, which is like the most offensive part. I mean, all of it is fucked up, but I just like, can there be like a little respect, could you have let me know before I find out on Daily Mail? That would be nice.”
Khloé also said that she is not dating, not using apps, and is simply “not in that headspace” at the moment: “I don’t feel lonely, I don’t want to date, I feel like I’m so busy with work, I’m so obsessed with my girl, like, I love being a mom so much, I’m just busy, but I’m happy.”
Love to hear it! And by the way, The Kardashians executive producer Danielle King previously mentioned that cameras were around for the Tristan moment, saying “Well for that particular moment, my crew was there,. We were there to film something else early in the morning and the morning that news broke, we legitimately just happened to be there. We have that moment on camera. And I know sometimes it’s tough for the audience to kind of grasp like ‘Oh, did they go back and did they capture this?’ But there were so many moments that we genuinely captured just because we’re almost always there. There’s almost always a camera going.”
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