Although it's been months since Tristan Thompson was caught kissing Kylie Jenner's former best friend, Jordyn Woods, the drama JUST played out on the most recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. At this point, we've almost all agreed that Tristan and Khloe are better off apart, but Tristan Thompson wished Khloe Kardashian happy birthday and it was so cringeworthy.

Today, June  27th, is Koko's 35th birthday. In typical Kardashian-Jenner style, we're expecting a major birthday party for her to celebrate the monumental day. One thing we weren't expecting though, was the super sappy (and super unnecessary) post from Tristan.

The NBA player posted a photo of Khloe and their daughter, True. He captioned it, "Happy birthday @khloekardashian 
You are the most beautiful human I have ever met inside and out. Thank you for being an amazing mommy to our princess True. She is blessed to have someone like you to look up to. I wish you nothing but more success and sending you positive blessing your way. Enjoy your day Koko ❤️".

Since Tristan's infidelity came to light, he and Khloe have had a seriously rocky relationship. Initially, Khloe was blaming Jordyn for the whole thing, but she later retracted her comments and admitted that Tristan was the one in the wrong.

Despite all the drama, the two have managed to maintain a pretty good co-parenting relationship, and Khloe has said publically many times that she doesn't want her fans attacking Jordyn or Tristan - the issues are between the three of them, and they're handling them in their own ways.

Some people may say that Tristan's post is him showing that he still has respect for Khloe, but I'm of the opinion that a simple "happy bday" text to her personally would've sufficed. It's doubtful that these two will ever get back together, but I think we're all hoping that Khloe is able to find the healthy relationship she deserves.

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