Khloé Kardashian took to social media to reply to fans who accused her of falling out with her family following her decision to spend Thanksgiving in Cleveland, Ohio.
The 34-year-old reality star opted not to join her family for their annual celebrations in California and instead spent the holiday at home with love-rat boyfriend Tristan Thompson, 27, and their 7-month-old daughter, True Thompson.
But despite them playing happy families, many began questioning if she had fallen out with the Kardashians who were all together at Kris Jenner’s house.
Eager to clear things up about her decision, the reality star took to Twitter to reassure everyone that her relationship with her family was fine.
She wrote: “Y’all are reaching now. I’ve spent the past 3years in Cleveland for Thanksgiving. Not sure why people are trying to create drama between my family and I. My sisters and I are perfectly fine thank you!”
She explained: “All of their families were able to travel but TT being in season, he can not.”
The new mom left her fans impressed by her home cooking as she shared pictures of a lavish Thanksgiving spread, which included platters of fruit and bread amongst other things, on her Instagram stories.
Yet, attention quickly turned to her more candid snaps with her adorable tot and the 27-year-old NBA star as they posed for a family photo to celebrate the holiday together.
It was revealed that Thompson had cheated on Khloé while she was pregnant with their daughter.
With the scenes currently airing on this season of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” the new mum has openly spoken about her decision to allow Tristan into the delivery room as she gave birth.
She explained: “Regardless of what Tristan did to me, I was never going to take that moment away from True or Tristan. She should not be punished for his actions. He is her father and they both deserve to love one another as deeply as they possibly can.”
Earlier this week, Kim Kardashian, 38, revealed during a chat with Ellen Degeneres that it had been awkward for her sister and the rest of the family reliving a difficult time in their lives.
She said: “It is awkward, especially for maybe Tristan, who isn’t used to this.”
“Unfortunately, that was what’s going on in our lives. Six months later it replays, and they’ve gotten through what they needed to get through, and it’s rehashed in front of everyone, and everyone’s giving their opinions all over again, and we’re live tweeting, and everyone’s chiming in.”
But, Kim explained that there are positives to be taken from the experience.
She said: “That is hard for Khloé and I’m sure for Tristan, but it’s our reality, and we’ve learned to kind of use it as a therapy, just to kind of get it out one last time with everyone else.”
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