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Khloé Kardashian has opened up about mending her relationship with her baby's father, Tristan Thompson. 

 

The reality star took to Twitter and replied to a fan who called her a "hypocrite" for staying with the basketball player.

 

A few days before the birth of their daughter, True, a video questioned the NBA star's faithfulness to the 33-year-old.

 

 

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Two months after her birth, Khloé broke her silence and set the record straight about her decision to stand by Tristan to the fan.

 

“I love, adore & root for @khloekardashian but I’m so disappointed she stayed with that wasteman Tristan. she preaches about women knowing their self-worth and when to walk away but when it’s time to walk the walk, she’s a hypocrite,” the fan tweeted.

 

 

Khloé highlighted the fact that no one knows the dynamics of their home life and the ins and outs of how they have mended their relationship. 

 

“Not exactly Queen Persia, you have no knowledge of what goes on in our household or the enormous rebuilding this takes to even coexist. I’m proud of my strength.”

 

“I appreciate your opinion and I hope you hold that same opinion to everyone else who has stayed in situations,” she added.

 

The new mum also replied to an allegations that she had a "tense" dinner with her daughter's father.

 

 

Like most new parents, the 33-year-old said motherhood was just exhausting her and that the reports were false. 

 

"You make up anything!! I actually had a great night. It was a large birthday dinner for friends and as a new mom IM TIRED AF!! Being out past 10 pm is not where I’ll have the most energy these days."

 

Khloe was recently spotted with a large diamond ring and speculation soon began to circulate about a possible engagement.

 

However, it's very possible it is an early birthday present as she will turn 34 on Wednesday.

 

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