Khloe Kardashian has forgiven her ex Tristan Thompson and the woman he cheated on her with, Jordyn Woods, in a heartfelt Instagram message to the pair.
The reality star called time on her romance with Tristan, the father of her 17-month-old daughter True, when reports emerged that he’d been seen kissing Jordyn at a party in February (2019).
In the latest episode of her reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Khloe was seen trying to be friendly with Tristan as they attempted to co-parent True, and many viewers commented that she hadn’t been as approachable to Jordyn.
Addressing the speculation in a lengthy post on Instagram on Thursday night (December 5, 2019), Khloe wrote: “I’m seeing a lot of commentary about last week’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. As much as I hate speaking on all of this because I’m sure everybody is over it, as am I, but I’m frustrated that people try to create something that’s not really there.
“I don’t hold any negative or hateful feelings towards ANYONE! I mean that. Life is short!… Yes, I’m allowed to feel hurt and pain. It would be unnatural for me to pretend as if I don’t. Personally, I don’t want to be carrying around a hateful heart. I crave peace in my life. Me holding onto hate is only going to hurt me in the end.”
Continuing to reveal she is “allowed to forgive”, Khloe added: “I want nothing but beautiful blessings for EVERYBODY that has ever been in my life. Regardless of what they have done or not done to me… I have been working on me from the inside out. I crave peace and happiness in this new year and forever after.”
Several hours later, Khloe returned to Instagram to address Jordyn personally.
“The reason why I decided to post my previous post is because I’m seeing a lot of back-and-forth with people asking ‘why don’t I keep that same energy with Jordyn?’ That message is for Jordyn. It’s for anyone else who has ever hurt me. For some reason people want to assume that I’m talking only about Tristan,” she wrote.
“This message applies to ALL parties involved in situations that have ever hurt me. Men, friends, family, work associates… anyone who played a role in my pain. I have moved on, found forgiveness and wish you only happiness and joy! My life won’t be consumed with hate. I’ve chosen to occupy my life with positivity… Hate is heavy and I am tired of carrying all of that weight around.”