They're back home! Khloé Kardashian is back in LA with her baby daughter True Thompson, and it looks like her cheating baby daddy Tristan Thompson came along as well. Khloé took to Snapchat to document their homecoming and even though Tristan didn't make a full cameo in the snaps, it seems like Tristan did not get a warm welcome from Khloé's family members — including her little sister Kylie Jenner.
The first clue that proved Khloé was on her way to LA was when she posted was a picture of her baby girl True sleeping in her carseat in what appeared to be an airplane, and she was clutching onto Tristan's finger. "Happy Father's Day," Khloé captioned the shot.
Unfortunately, Kim did not mention Khloé's boyfriend, who also made the trip back to the West Coast — and she isn't the only one seemingly snubbing the NBA star. Khloé took to Snapchat to document their homecoming over the weekend and Tristan did not get a warm welcome from Khloé's little sister Kylie Jenner, either.
But Tristan was noticeably missing from her next few snaps, and he was also missing from Khloé's sister Kylie's sweet welcome home gift. Kylie sent a set of pink and white balloons to Khloé's house along with a stuffed bear for True. "Welcome home Khloé and True. We love you, Stormi and Kylie," the balloon message read, and it seemed like Kylie deliberately left Tristan out of her message.
Kylie's subtle snub seemed to prove that Tristan might not be welcome within the Kardashian/Jenner family just yet, and he may not even be fully welcome in Khloé's home. Souces previously revealed to Life & Style that Khloé may have allowed Tristan to come to LAwith her, but that doens't mean that they're not having issues in their relationship.
"They're both leaving Cleveland and heading to LA, but they're going to live apart," the insider revealed. There's no word on where True will spend most of her days, but it's clear that Tristan and Khloé can't be under the same roof any longer and they may need some time apart. "They've been fighting nonstop," the source explained. "They can't get through one conversation without it turning into a huge argument."