Khloe Kardashian Gets Trolled: Fans Suggest Workout Songs About Cheating

Oh, Khloe. We don’t normally say that someone was “asking for” what they got … but Khloe did literally ask for this.

So, the proud new mother took to Twitter to ask her followers to recommend new music for her workout. Music can be great motivation.

And she is getting roasted with playlists designed to motivate her … to leave Tristan Thompson.

Khloe Kardashian seems too enamored with her perfect baby True to think too much about all of the unsanctioned adventures that Tristan Thompson’s penis had during her pregnancy.

Reports claim that she is ready to forgive and forget.

Fans, however, have not forgotten.

They are eager to see Khloe make good decisions for herself, her baby, and her future. And they just can’t see staying with the serial cheater who humiliated her in front of a global audience working out well.

So, naturally, when the fitness-obsessed new mother asked for advice on new workout music, fans sprang into action.


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Suggestions from fans were numerous and … quite frankly, hilarious:

“New Rules” by Dua Lipa, which is about not taking back a toxic boyfriend.

“Should’ve Cheated” by Keyshia Cole, which is about breaking up with a man who’s accused you of cheating and other wrongdoings when you willingly ignored reports that he was a cheater.

“Unfaithful” by Rihanna, which is very much about cheating.

“Before He Cheats” by Carrie Underwood, which is considered by many to be the ultimate betrayal anthem.

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The suggestions continue:

“Jolene” by Dolly Parton, a song imploring a beautiful woman to decline her man’s overtures because she’s truly in love with him.

‘Who’s Bed Have Your Boots Been Under” by Shania Twain, about a woman who remains with her cheating man while being completely aware of it.

Taylor Swift’s entire Reputation album was recommended, though that may have just been shade against Khloe’s sister, Kim.

Someone else tweeted some advice.

“Cardi B’s album: Invasion of Privacy.”

Followed by:

“Listen to thru your phone, feel empowered, and then never ever take Tristan Thompson back!!!!!”

Wise words.

Obviously, whether or not to stay with Tristan or dump his ass and go back to people who understand the concepts of love and loyalty is ultimately up to Khloe.

But a lot of fans are concerned that she’s letting personal hang-ups dictate the course of her life.

Khloe, like … most people, honestly, is a child of divorce.

She was of course very attached to her father (who was of course Robert Kardashian and not O.J. Simpson) and may feel that divorce (or, in this case, a breakup) should be avoided when children are involved.

But she’s forgetting a couple of things:

One, and this is true for all situations, but it’s going to be worse for a child to grow up around two parents who can’t stand each other than it is for them to have divorced parents.

Two, True is a baby who doesn’t even know what a “parent” is. She’s a month old. This is the absolute best time in True’s life for Khloe and Tristan to split.

True is extremely cute and she deserves the best future that her parents can give her.

Khloe’s fans, in their own tongue-in-cheek way, hope that she can do that.

They also want what they believe is best for Khloe herself.

But Khloe certainly has more information about this than any of her fans might.

Perhaps she really does know best.

We hope that she at least got turned on to a couple of new songs.


The Voice Recap: The Top 11 Perform Fan-Picked Songs!

The Top 11 took to the stage on The Voice’s Monday night episode, but they did not get to perform songs they picked. 

Instead, the viewers got to pick the songs their favorite competitors belted their hearts out to. It’s certainly a fun direction to take things. 

Did this twist give some of the more marginal performers the opportunity to emerge above the others, or did it make them circle the drain?

Let’s break down the eleven performances. 

Pryor Baird Team Blake – “Night Moves”

Pryor has been all over the shop since he appeared at the Blind Auditions, so it was a pleasant surprise to hear him sing a song that was made for him. 

Who knew a Bob Seger number would be the thing to put Pryor back into the competitive loop?

Sharane Calister – Team Adam – Hero

Sharane seemed to have the handle on the performance from the get-go, but it quickly fell apart. There were questionable vocals, lots of breathing and even silly stage movements. 

Sharane might have cost herself a spot in the Top 10, you guys. 

Kaleb Lee – Team Kelly – “T-R-O-U-B-L-E”

Kaleb got a good song to work with. It showed off just how great he can be if he gets a song choice that works for him and his voice. Will it be enough to keep him in the competition? We have no idea. 

Jackie Foster – Team Alicia – “Love Reign O’er Me”

Who would have thought that Jackie would be able to move on after that horrid “Toxic” number? It’s genuinely going to be the performance that haunts me the most from this season. In any case, Jackie successfully proved she has a lot of fight left in her. 

Jackie Verna – Team Adam – “Strawberry Wine”

Jackie’s country vocals effortlessly turned this performance into one of Jackie’s best performances yet. It oozed confidence and reiterated the fact that song choice is key. 

Kyla Jade – Team Blake – “Sweet Sweet Baby (Since You’ve Been Gone)”

This song gave Kyle the podium she needed to elevate her voice to a whole new level. It wasn’t full of shouting; it was filled with powerful vocals and confidence. 

Christiana Danielle – Team Alicia – “Umbrella”

Christiana went full steam ahead and rejigged the whole song. The result? A flawless performance that was up there was one of the best of the night. 

Brynn Cartelli – Team Kelly –  “You and I”

It was a bit cruel to give someone a Lady Gaga number. I mean, her voice is unique, so trying to replicate that is something that’s very difficult. 

Brynn tried her best, but it was difficult to listen to. 

Rayshun LaMarr – Team Adam – “Try a Little Tenderness”

Rayshun’s performance was confusing. It kicked off very well, but it faltered about the midway point and never really recovered. 

What paved the way for the big change? We have no clue, but it may well have cost Rayshun a place in the Top 10. 

Britton Buchanan – Team Alicia – “Perfect”

Who can say they’ve covered an Ed Sheeran song and failed? Probably everyone, and that included Britton. There’s was nothing remotely unique about his performance, and he was definitely served up a raw deal. 

Spensha Baker – Team Blake – “Better Man”

Spensha is too inconsistent to take seriously. Her latest number was not great, and I’m beginning to think she would be better off the show and finding her own voice. 

What did you think of the top 11?

Hit the comments below. 

The Voice continues Tuesday night at 8/7c!


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