Khloé Kardashian is keen for everyone to ''move on'' from the Tristan Thompson scandal as she would never hold a ''grudge'' herself.
Khloé Kardashian wants everyone to ''move on'' from the Tristan Thompson scandal.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star would prefer if people just forget about what happened between her and her ex-partner as she would never hold a ''grudge'' herself.
Speaking on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, she said: ''I'm not someone who holds a grudge. If I do that it's only going to affect me. That chapter is closed for me. I want all of us to move on and to be happy, successful people. I just want everyone to just be better people with each day. That's genuinely how I feel. I know everybody makes mistakes. I think it's how you handle it, and I think apologies need to be as loud as your disrespect was or to me, it's not sincere. I'm forgiving. I'm forgiven.''
Khloé was left devastated after her then-boyfriend Tristan kissed her family friend Jordyn Woods at a party and there was a huge family fall out.
However, she recently insisted she could never ''hate'' Tristan because he helped her ''create an angel'' in their 16-month-old daughter True.
Khloe made the comments when she responded to an Instagram post which read: ''I know Khloe hates Tristan but Baby True starting to look just like him.''
She replied: ''Why would I ever hate anyone who helped create such an angel? People make mistakes but I won't hurt my own healing by holding on to hate. I'm too busy raising my beautiful baby and securing that [money bag emoji] to hate any individual. Sweet True has always looked like her daddy. She's beautiful!! (sic)''
And Khloe has described her tot as the ''star'' of her life.
She said: ''She is the star of my life. At dinner one night, when I was looking for baby names, MJ, my grandmother, said, 'You should name the baby True.' I was like, 'Oh my gosh, I love that name.' I love that there's family history, a story behind it.''
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