Kim Kardashian has broken her silence on her sister Khloe's cheating partner Tristan Thompson.
The reality star told Ellen DeGeneres about her thoughts on Thompson's infidelity, which was revealed just days before Khloe gave birth to the couple's daughter, True.
"Like I don't even know how to describe it besides it's just so f**ked up," Kim said on the talk show.
"Poor Khloe. We really were rooting for Khloe and we still are. You know she's so strong and she's doing the best that that she can. It's a really sad situation all over."
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Kim was careful about sharing too many thoughts on the situation, saying True would one day read the comments about her dad.
"I made this rule with my brother [Rob Kardashian, after his break up with Blac Chyna] - if there's a baby involved, I'm gonna keep it cute and keep classy and not talk too negative. Because one day True's gonna see this and it's just so messed up."
Kim also addressed her husband Kanye West's return to Twitter, after he wrote a string of somewhat inspirational phrases.
One being: "Sometimes you have to get rid of everything."
She said her husband was referring to not using cell phones and being present when they are with their children.
"I didn't even know he got his Twitter again until I saw tweets come in from other people from other people like retweeting them and I was like, 'Wait, is this real?'" she told Ellen.
"And then at night he came in and he was like, 'Did you see my tweets?' And I was like, 'Yes I did see your tweets.'"
West has also come under fire in recent days for a series of tweets praising US President Donald Trump. While they have been well approved by Mr Trump, who tweeted his own praise for the rapper in turn, the tweets reportedly cost West more than 9 million followers on the social media platform.