Tristan Thompson Told Khloé Kardashian True Needs A Sibling & Fans Are PISSED
There's no doubt Tristan Thompson and Khloé Kardashian are putting their best foot forward when it comes to co-parenting their daughter, True. Their post-breakup relationship has been heavily playing out on the 18th season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and the reality show airs everything from the good, the bad, and just the plain old awkward. During the Thursday, April 16, episode, it was Tristan Thompson's comment about True needing a sibling that had viewers scratching their heads.
Coming from a large family, Kardashian is often asked by her mom, Kris Jenner, and sisters if she plans to have more kids in the future. Kardashian has made it clear she doesn't plan on having another child any time soon, but Thompson also questioned her plans in the latest episode of KUWTK.
Kardashian has finally come to terms with the fact that she has to split True's time with her with Thompson in Cleveland during the NBA season, but she couldn't possibly have been ready for what Thompson suggested next.
While discussing some of True's toys that she's outgrown, Thompson asked: "What happens if we have another girl?” Thompson went on to state that "True does need a sibling."
Thompson's statement caught a lot of viewer's attention since, well, first of all, they're not even together. But more importantly, Thompson already has another son named Prince, whom he shares with ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig. So True already has a sibling. Cue the fan confusion.
In response to Thompson's plea to give True a sibling, Kardashian said that she may think about it in the future, telling Thompson: "I might need to borrow some sperm or get some from you, but we’ll figure that out later.”
Thompson might have just meant that he wants True to have a *Kardashian* sibling, but since his reputation with fans isn't the best due to his past actions, people were not happy with his comment.
Only time will tell if Kardashian and Thompson decide to have another child together, and at the end of the day, it's no one's decision but their own.