Khloe Kardashian's hot and heavy romance with Tristan Thompson may have already fizzled out! The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star hinted that they've split with a cryptic Instagram post.
Kardashian, 32, broke the possible split news with the quote, "Fate loves the fearless."
She captioned the saying, "Let me remind you that we don't need anybody's approval to be happy in life. EVER! Let you validate and accept your own version of happiness. You choose your life! Don't let anyone else decide for you. We are no victims to life. No prisoners. But we do become victims and prisoners to the people we choose to coexist with. We tend to become content, passive and blind within our relationships."
She continued by explaining how holding on could "damage you deeper."
"Giving up means you are selling yourself short," she wrote. "It means allowing fear to limit your opportunities and keep you cemented in place. Stuck. Letting go means freeing yourself from something that is no longer beneficial to your personal growth."
She then explained how she will be "removing toxic people and toxic mindsets" to "make room for relationships and ideas that are conductive to you happiness and ever evolving personal expansion."
"Giving up is self-defeat," the reality star ended. "Letting go is self-love. Letting go means putting yourself first instead of holding on to that negative space you don't deserve. No body deserves. Removing toxic people from your life is only allowing room for a positive flow to elevate your mind, body and soul. Not everyone who started with you will finish with you. Be ok with that."
As Radar readers know, Thompson, who began dating Kardashian over the summer, wasn't a fan of her family.
"He finds the whole family pretty creepy, especially Kris Jenner, and he has told Khloe to keep them away from him as much as possible," a source told Radar, as the momager has reportedly tried to get him to appear on their reality show.
The quote could also be for Kardashian's troubled ex-husband Lamar Odom, who has appeared to have relapsed after surviving an overdose last year.
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