KHLOE Kardashian shared a cryptic post about "being treated the worst but winning in the end" just days after posing with her cheating ex Tristan Thompson.
The reality star, 35, posted the photo of her basketball player ex from the annual Kardashian Christmas Eve party in a New Year montage about her 2019.
But things still might not be happy between them as Khloe shared a post about "being treated the worst" on her Story.
The post reads: "The realest get treated the worst but we win in the end I promise you that".
She shared a second post that read: "there are people in this world you haven't even met yet who are going to love you so much, so please just hold on because the people who are right for you will find you".
Her third shared post said: "Be your best friend. Be your gym partner. Be your coffee buddy. Be your partner in crime. Be everything for yourself rather than relying on others to be that for you."
She concluded with: "God is teaching you how to be silent in a frustrated season. The less you the say, the more He moves. Stay silent."
The star captioned the final post with: "Learning this!!"
Khloe raised eyebrows when she shared the photo alongside Tristan during her reflective Instagram post.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star famously broke things off with ex Tristan after the basketball player was caught in a cheating scandal with sister Kylie Jenner’s ex-best friend, Jordyn Woods.
The image shows the reality star holding True, who is wearing a matching gold dress. Meanwhile, Tristan is in a trim black suit with a white shirt, unbuttoned at the top.
The two have remained on good enough terms to co-parent their 1-year-old daughter, True, and the latest season of the famous family's reality series showed Tristan trying, but failing, to win Khloe back.
During a live-tweeting session for a recent Keeping Up With the Kardashians episode, a fan tweeted, "I wished Tristan never messed up! Him and Khloé were so cute together!"
The star responded, "Same babe. Same lol #KUWTK but we are co-parenting so well right now. It is a great space to be in. Co-parenting is such a hard space. Much respect to all co-parenters."
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