People Are Dragging Tristan Thompson On Instagram For His ‘Blessed’ Thanksgiving Post

As many people know, Tristan Thompson and Khloé Kardashian have a daughter together—True Thompson. Despite being in a relationship with each other for over a year before their daughter was born, Tristan was caught red-handed cheating on Khloé with multiple women. The story came to light the week Khloé went into labor.

Despite the cheating scandal and allowing it to be filmed and aired publicly on their show, Keeping up with the Kardashians, Khloé—being the strong woman she is—is still trying to make it work with Tristan due to their daughter.

For Thanksgiving this year, Khloé decided to stay in Cleveland with Tristan and his family—instead of attending the very big Kardashian Thanksgiving dinner in L.A. And, she shared a lot of photos on her Instagram stories—from the cooking to the decorations, to their family.



Khloé also posted a sweet photo with her daughter saying “Thankful you picked me.”

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Thankful you picked me ?

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However, she didn’t mention Tristan in her Instagram photos—only on her story, with a photo that Tristan then reposted onto his own page. The NBA player reposted their “family photo” captioning it:

I’m soo blessed
Happy thanksgiving from my family to yours #GiveThanks #blessed

It wasn’t long before people began to troll the sh*t out of Thompson for acting like he’s “so blessed and thankful” when he couldn’t keep his d*ck in his pants while Khloé was 9-months pregnant with their daughter.

Obviously, people are not fans of seeing Tristan able to spend the holidays with his family after sabotaging them. And, if you don’t remember how much everyone ended up hating Lamar Odom for what he did to Khloé—Tristan is not far off.

Lex Gabrielle

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