Tristan Thompson Hears Kim Kardashian Loud & Clear

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Tristan Thompson may be making impressive plays on the court, but on social media, he's missing rebounds.
The Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player and estranged partner of Khloé Kardashian has officially been unfollowed by the Queen Bee of the Kardashian hive, Kim Kardashian West, which marks his inevitable shunning from the famous family.
Before unfollowing him, Kim went on Ellen to break her silence about the cheating scandal involving sister Khloé, Thompson and the women he allegedly met via Instagram direct message — and she didn't mince words. She said it was "so fucked up," but that she wouldn't say anything further because she is a lady, and the aunt of his and Khloé's daughter, True Thompson.
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In response to Kim's blunt summary of events, Thompson has also decided to retaliate and unfollow Kim back. As of now, Thompson still follows Khloé (who hasn't yet addressed if she will stay with Thompson publicly yet), Kylie (who is dealing with her own newborn with boyfriend Travis Scott), Kourtney (who was present for Khloé's birth), and Kris Jenner (because he'd be a damn fool not to).
So, Kim is the only sister he doesn't care to see on his feed. I have a feeling she's totally fine with that.

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