Khloe Kardashian struggles to trust or believe anyone
Khloe Kardashian has complained that she can't trust anyone in an emotional Twitter post.
The 31-year-old reality star has had a complicated romantic history. She married basketball star Lamar Odom in 2009 but the pair split in 2013. They called off their divorce when Lamar was hospitalised last October (15) but Khloe filed paperwork to set the legal wheels in motion again last month (May16).
Following the breakdown of her marriage, Khloe has been linked to rapper French Montana and sportsman James Harden. But it seems Khloe is finding the dating world difficult, judging by her heartfelt tweet on Thursday night (16Jun16).
"So hard to trust and believe these days. Hummmmmmm (sic) that's why I stay to myself," Khloe wrote, alongside a confused looking emoji.
Khloe was most recently linked to American footballer player Odell Beckham Jr, after she was seen sitting on his lap at Drake's Memorial Day holiday party last month (May16), just days after they were spotted together at Scott Disick's 33rd birthday party in Las Vegas.
But Khloe took to her Twitter page to set the record straight on the true nature of her relationship with Odell shortly afterwards.
"TWIMC (To Whom It May Concern): Sorry to burst your bubble. When a couple drinks, a little flirting and an invasion of privacy collide things may look crazy," she wrote, before adding in another tweet: "However...this ain't that and that ain't this".
However, in a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar magazine, Khloe admitted she prefers to date other famous people because it's easier to be discreet.
"I used to wonder why celebrities only dated celebrities, but when you're in it you understand," she explained. "You feel a little safer. If you're seen with someone on your first date, you're automatically getting married the next day. It's so extreme! So when you're two celebrities, you can keep it really quiet at first, to see if you even like each other. Dating someone in your world is a little easier."
- Cover Media