Penelope Kardashian believes Tristan Thompson is bad for her

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In spite of Khloe Kardashian’s sister Kourtney Kardashian hate for her baby daddy Tristan Thompson, she won’t stop her niece Penelope from doing the same.

The Kardashians’ Kourtney Kardashian is seen on Thursday’s episode of The Kardashians talking about her feelings towards Tristan Thompson and how it may have spread to her daughter with Scott Disick, Penelope, as well as how it may have rubbed off on Khloe and Tristan.

After asking Penelope if Tristan could come over after confirming with her that it would be a good idea for him to come over, the oldest Kardashian sister, 44, said about Penelope: “I think she gets it from me.”

There’s no doubt that Tristan still triggers her a lot because of what he did a few years ago, including cheating on his girlfriend, Kourtney, with the sister of the star. He was involved in multiple cheating scandals during the near seven years of their on and off relationship.

Although, she put her best effort into trying to “let it go” since she wanted “harmony” with her family, but she wasn’t able to do so.

While Khloe was looking to find a balance between her two children with the father of her two children, five-year-old daughter True, and one-year-old son Tatum, Khloe reflected upon the tumultuous relationship she has had with him over the last few years, patting herself on the back for how far she has come.

In spite of this, the Good American founder has acknowledged that neither she nor her family is able to control how Thompson’s family feels about him.

“I think Penelope has a right to feel things about Tristan and it’s understandable. Good for you, girl! You are such an inspiration to me! ” Doting aunt Gwenny praised her niece for taking notice of Thompson’s behavior and reacting in a manner that was appropriate.

As far as I’m concerned, how she feels right now is the right way to feel, and I want her to know that. As Khloe put it, we shouldn’t accept someone treating us in such a manner,” she said in conclusion. 

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