Khloe Kardashian, reveals she still feels ‘bad’ for her exes Tristan Thompson and Lamar Odom despite the pain they caused her.
On Thursday’s episode of “The Kardashians,” the 39-year-old consoled her sister Kim Kardashian about Kanye West’s anti-Semitic remarks and antics.
With Kim distraught at what her ex has put her through in the last year, Khloe admitted that she constantly reflects on her ill-fated romances with Thompson and Odom.
“He had so many opportunities to retract what he said and he would double down all the time,” Khloe said of Kanye’s anti-Semitic remarks, adding that Kim shouldn’t blame herself over his actions.
“What you did has nothing to do with what’s happening right now.”
“People make their own choices and their own decisions,” Kim said, fighting back tears.
“Every single day, I feel bad about Lamar,” Khloe said of her ex-husband, whom she was married to from 2009 until 2016. “Every single day, I feel bad about Tristan not being on a team right now.”
“Lamar is forever gonna be remembered as a drug user, but these are his — these are Kanye’s things — but it doesn’t mean we don’t feel bad about it.”
“I’m not on your level and I’m not going through what you’re going through right now, but I can relate,” she continued.
“It’s OK that you’re crying, it’s OK that you have feelings. You’re such a good person, and that’s why you feel like this and that’s why your heart is breaking for him.”
Khloe married retired NBA player Lamar, 43, in 2009 after only one month of dating.
While the couple split in 2013, the divorce wasn’t formalized until 2016 due to the ex-Lakers player’s near-fatal overdose.
Workers at the Love Ranch Vegas in Crystal, Nevada, discovered Odom unresponsive three days into his stay at the brothel.
Khloe ended their relationship as a result of the ordeal.
Following her divorce from Odom, she began dating basketball player Tristan in 2016.
Their romance, however, was soon ruined by a series of cheating accusations.