If you've been online at all during the month of April, you know the story, and you probably have your own (strong) opinion on it. If you don't know, here's a little recap:
Khloe Kardashian recently gave birth to a baby girl, named True, with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson. A bundle of joy!... Right? Well, baby True came into this world just days after pictures and videos began to swarm the internet of Tristan cheating on Khloe at a nightclub. If that wasn't bad enough, Khloe has also been cheated on before, such as by her previous husband, Lamar Odom.
Khloe is often seen as one of the most strong, fiery, and powerful of the Kardashian family, so, upon the rumors of Tristan's infidelity, many people just assumed that would be the end of their relationship.
Khloe gave birth to True with Tristan by her side, and there has been no mention of the couple officially ending things.
Now, what Tristan did is, of course, terrible and wrong on every level. That being said, the last time I checked I am not Khloe Kardashian. The news is not Khloe Kardashian. You are not Khloe Kardashian. Khloe is Khloe.
It is no one's place to try to tell Khloe what she should and should not do. One day, True is going to be all grown up, and she's going to live with Thompson as her last name and Tristan as her biological father. The least any of us can do is be sympathetic to True. She shouldn't have to grow up with all of America looking at her parents with disgust.
As the headlines keep popping up and the story progresses, just remember; be kind. People take back their exes, people learn to push forward, people do what they feel in their heart is right for THEM. It's cheesy, but it's so important to always remember that everyone's fighting their own battle, and when it comes to celebrities, we have to remember that they aren't an exception to that.