Khloe Kardashian has added more fuel to the fire over her alleged split from Tristan Thompson, with a series of cryptic messages about bad relationships. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star made several tell-tale posts that hint her relationship with the Canadian Basketball player was over for good, after sharing that ‘our current situation doesn’t have to be our destiny.’ Cracks first started to show in the couple’s relationship after the Cleveland Cavaliers sportsman was caught cheating on the reality star just days before she gave birth to their 10-month-old daughter, True.

But now it looks like Khloe is giving zero f’s after vowing to quit ‘pleasing everyone’ and ‘fearing change’. Starting off the flurry of cryptic messages on Instagram, the star posted: ‘Sometimes we tend to forget that our current situation does not have to be our destiny.’ The 34-year-old followed that up with an understanding message about suffering, saying: ‘When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself, and his suffering is spilling over. He does not need punishment; he needs help.’

Khloe even posted a guide to ‘fuckology’ – followed by some classic revenge body snaps – with the top four things to quit being labelled as: ‘1. Trying to please everyone 2. Fearing change 3. Living in the past 4. Giving fucks.’ According to reports from Radar Online, Tristan and Khloe have been said to be living completely separate lives recently, with Khloe being much happier as a ‘single’ parent. Speculation around the couple’s relationship status mounted after another source shared that the couple barely spend any time together anymore, with Tristan not appearing in any family photos as of late. The insider told People: ‘Khloe and True are happy in Los Angeles. They spend very little time in Cleveland, where Tristan is. She very much acts like a single mum.

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