Kris Jenner talks Tristan Thompson cheating scandal

Kris Jenner has something to say about her daughter's relationship.

On Friday, June 8, 2018, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch opened up about Khloé Kardashian's decision to stay with boyfriend Tristan Thompson after welcoming their daughter, True, amid his cheating scandal.

"Tristan, yeah. He's great. Yeah, he's good," Jenner told E! News while attending a fashion show for the Moschino Spring/Summer 19 Menswear and Women's Resort Collection in Burbank, Calif. 

Of Kardashian, who is reportedly still living with the Cavaliers star in Cleveland, Ohio, she said, "I think you just have to be there for your kid and follow their lead. I'm not in that relationship or in that situation, so I really trust Khloé. She's so smart, and such a great girl, and she'll figure it out."

The famous momager, who recently revealed that the Revenge Body star will be moving back home to Los Angeles soon, went on to say, "When [Khloé] comes back, I'll be thrilled!" She added, "Of course. I miss her … I need to get my hands on that little True. But I've been there a couple times getting my fill, and we FaceTime every day so it's a lot of fun."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Kardashian, 33, gave birth to the couple's first child together just days after Thompson, 27, was caught allegedly cheating on her with multiple women in mid-April 2018. While several infidelity reports have since surfaced, the proud parents, who have been together since October 2016, have yet to publicly comment on the allegations.

However, Jenner got choked up while discussing the highly publicized ordeal during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show weeks later. "Khloé is amazing. I'm so proud of that kid," she told the host. Admitting that the cheating claims were "very unexpected," she said that Kardashian was focusing her energy on motherhood. "I get choked up because she's such a good mom, and, honestly … I get so emotional."

Meanwhile, the new mom has recently taken to clapping back at online trolls commenting on her personal life. "People spend too much time finding other people to blame, too much energy finding excuses for not being what they are capable of being," Kardashian, who had previously shared a number of cryptic social media posts, tweeted last month. "People these days are focused so much on someone else's life instead of their own."