KHLOE Kardashian's fans slammed the star in response to her "life advice" asking them to "be understanding" in the wake of her ex Tristan Thompson "welcoming a third baby."
The reality star took to her Instagram Stories to share the message, prompting a slew of comments from critics.
The lengthy post read: "Life Advice: Always be the best person you can be. Be kind even when you're tired. Be understanding even when you're angry. Do more than you're asked, and don't ask for anything in return.
"Don't silently expect anything either. Listen when someone talks, and really listen too, stop just thinking of how you'll reply. Tell people that you love them and that you appreciate them.
"Go out of your way to do things for people. Be the greatest person you can possibly be, and when you mess up, make up for it in the next moment or minute or day.
"One thing you should never do? Never spend your time trying to prove to anybody that you're great, your actions will speak for themselves and we only have limited time on this earth, don't waste it.
"If someone doesn't see your light, don't worry. Like moths, good people are attracted to flame and to light, and they will come."
A Reddit user posted the quote to the platform, inviting others to voice their opinions about the words she shared.
One person wrote: "Oh honey . . . Wake up"
While a second person commented: "I stopped at “life advice” because I’m not taking any life advice from her."
The bashing continued as another wrote: "I can't believe that no one in that family has sat her down and told her how embarrassing this is for her life and soul. It's so cringe."
A fourth user chimed in: "Why does she think she’s in a position to be giving anyone life advice?
"I think she thinks it looks like she’s taking the high road, but it just comes off as annoyingly preachy."
Tristan reportedly welcomed a son with personal trainer, Maralee Nichols on Thursday as the new mom has filed a lawsuit for paternity support.
Just days since the news broke that the NBA star – who is also dad to Khloe's three-year-old daughter True – allegedly fathered another child,sources claimed that the reality star is struggling to come to terms with the allegations.
“Khloé’s friends have constantly been telling her that Tristan hasn’t been faithful to her," an insider told HollywoodLife, adding that Khloe questioned their intentions.
They continued: “She seems to believe that these women just try to be connected to the Kardashian family, be famous and/or get money from them and that’s it.
"She has trouble believing any of this has happened, and those close to her can’t believe it.
“She thought she could control these rumors, but she needed to come to terms with it. Her friends really feel for her with what’s happening.”
Another source added that the model's friend's hope that she would just “walk away once and for all.”
PATERNAL CHILD SUPPORT
Tristan's third baby mama, sued the 30-year-old for paternal child support, after she claimed they conceived a baby on the night of his March 13 birthday.
The athlete was involved with Khloe, 37, at the time – though their relationship was short-lived after the "wild" June night where he was reportedly seen entering a room with three women before emerging "disheveled" 30 minutes later.
In his response to Maralee's child support filing, the Sacramento Kings player admitted to having sex with her "several times" at a Houston hotel after they attended his party together.
The fitness guru allegedly "drove him to the event in her Maserati sportscar" before they headed back to his hotel where she "had a special birthday surprise" for the athlete.
Tristan claimed he knew the encounter would be sex, though he asserted that was the only time they were "intimate."
However, Maralee's lawyers have countered the statement, saying their affair began "five months" prior to the birthday evening in March.
They added that the Texas native "traveled to California on multiple occasions" and continued to see the then father-of-two "after she got pregnant."
Maralee filed the lawsuit against her alleged baby daddy on June 30, just days after moving from Texas to Los Angeles.
The 31-year-old fitness instructor requested child support as well as "reimbursement of medical expenses and pregnancy-related costs such as Lamaze classes, a doula, and prenatal vitamins."
In the papers, Maralee has also asked that Tristan pay for costly items needed after the baby's birth, including "clothing, formula, and diapers."
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum has not denied that he is the baby boy's father but requested that a paternity test be completed after the child's birth.
The former Boston Celtics player has been getting the wrath from social media users since the scandal broke, as they've voiced their frustrations on his Instagram.
Three weeks prior, Tristan shared a photo of himself leaving an arena.
He wore black jeans, sneakers, a multi-colored sweater and oval sunglasses with earbuds in his ears, while he was holding his phone and a water bottle.
He captioned the post: "business casual… casual business."
Critics took the opportunity to troll the Sacramento Kinds player about the recent allegations of his impending fatherhood in the comments.
One user wrote: "Another baby? Embarrassing"
A second person echoed the statement writing: "This man is so embarrassing I can’t."
A third added: "That boy don’t stop."
While a fourth pointed out his troubled relationship with his ex Khloe writing: "How many more chances do you want Khloe to give you? Huh? You make me sick!"
Tristan is also father to four-year-old son Prince with ex Jordan Craig.
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