Khloé Kardashian opens up about people judging her for not dating

"That's my time, I'm not sharing it with a man, I'm not sharing my TV, I'm not sharing my bed!” said Kardashian.

Pop Culture & Art June 06, 2024
Courtesy: Reuters

Khloé Kardashian has no intentions of making a comeback in the dating scene.

In ‘The Kardashians' June 6 episode, Scott Disick asked about Khloé's dating life. Despite his questions about her current relationship status or recent outings, On being asked by him if she had a boyfriend or had gone on a date recently, Khloé firmly said, "I don't want to!"

She elaborated, mentioning her packed schedule and the early mornings with her two children — daughter True  and son Tatum— whom she co-parents with her ex, Tristan Thompson, as reasons for her lack of interest in dating men. 

"That's my time," she said. "I'm not sharing it with a man. I'm not sharing my TV, I'm not sharing my bed!"

Disick asked Kardashian if there was “any hope” of reconciliation between Khloé and Tristan, despite their history of multiple breakups and patch ups to which Khloé said, "No... the door's closed."

In a confessional, Khloé added, "Oh my god, are you kidding me? This is life, we all gotta grow up and move on...  Everyone has been really judgy about how I spend my time because I'm not dating. I stopped dating Tristan when Tatum was in utero. Two and a half years is not that crazy!"

"I do love that it's good for the kids," she continued of living close to her ex and seeing him often. "But now that he's in Cleveland [for the Cavaliers], this is really, really healthy for us 'cause when he was next door, he was always over... he loved the routine and I was like, 'F---.'"

"You think I'm just gonna be celibate for the rest of my life?" Khloé asked, before mentioning once again, "I don't want anyone stopping my routine [right now]. I'm comfortable in my rhythm."

The Kardashians’ new episodes are released every Thursday on Hulu. 


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