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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Kim Kardashian West supported Tristan Thompson at a basketball game

    The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star fell out with the basketball player when he cheated on her sister Khloe Kardashian with their friend Jordyn Woods, but she was seen celebrating his sporting successes as she watched the Los Angeles Lakers take on the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday (14.01.20)


    Responding to an article, which claimed she had booed Tristan, she wrote on Twitter: "I was there to support him! And was cheering screaming LETS GO TRISTAN!!!!! I would never go boo anyone. I don’t go to hate, only to cheer! (sic)"

    Meanwhile, Kim had recently revealed she called Jordyn a "f***ing idiot" after she kissed Tristan as she fumed over the cheating storm.

    She said: "[I think] that the tone of not ever saying sorry ... like, I would've been on Khloe's doorstep bawling my eyes out. Being like, 'F**k! I don't know what the f**k I was doing. Holy s**t, I'm a f***ing idiot.'"

    Kim insisted she has a lot of love for Khloe and is "always concerned" about her.

    Speaking about their trip to spiritual healers in Bali, she shared: "We had numerous readings and they were all so weird. Then the last one told [Khloé] that she has a lot of hurt in her heart because her guy has really hurt her. She said that she’s been going back and forth and can’t make a decision in the relationship, and I so feel that ...

    "I think I’m always concerned about Khloé. Obviously, everything that they’ve been through, I don’t think you can just forget about it. It’s definitely not easy when everything is so public. She tries to handle it on her own, but I just worry about her."

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