Iggy Azalea is NOT warning Khloe Kardashian that Tristan Thompson will cheat on her, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fake news story. We're told it's just "made up."
According to HollywoodLife, Azalea wants Kardashian to "know she's risking 'serious heartbreak' trusting Tristan Thompson." The site, which has been caught on numerous occasions fabricating stories and quotations, has a so-called "source" allegedly saying Azalea is trying to clue in Kardashian that "these basketball players are no joke and don't care whose heart they break in their quest to bang every girl that breathes." The same seemingly concocted "source" adds, "Iggy still feels some type of way after Nick [Young] cheated on her... She's sticking to the girl code and would hate for Khloe to experience the same type of pain she did."
But that's not all. The often discredited website also contends Kardashian lives in a state of fear about Thompson being unfaithful. "She can't help but worry," claims another questionable "source." "Khloe spends as much time in Cleveland as possible and has spies in every city his team plays in."
The first clue that HollywoodLies, as it's known, is seemingly manufacturing this article is that in its rush to slap together this tale, somehow or another it forgot that this is not Kardashian's first NBA boyfriend. Prior to Thompson, the reality star dated James Harden and, of course, she was married to Lamar Odom, who actually cheated on her. And yet, not once does the untrustworthy site mention Odom, to whom Kardashian was wed from 2009 to 2016.
That said, why would Azalea have to warn Kardashian that "basketball players are no joke and don't care whose heart they break"? If anything, Kardashian could teach a course in NBA players. And not to belabor the point that HollywoodLies is not entirely credible, but the webloid even misspelled Azalea's name in its headline (see below).
Not withstanding logic, facts, and history, Gossip Cop still checked in with an Azalea source, and we're exclusively told HollywoodLife "made up" its article about her wanting to warn Kardashian about basketball players. Of course, this is hardly the first time we've busted the webloid for fibbing about Kardashian. Exactly nine months ago to the date, Gossip Cop exposed the site for falsely claiming Kardashian was pregnant with Odom's baby. That article was clearly 100 percent untrue, and so is this latest fake news story that alleges Azalea wants to give the reality star a heads-up about Thompson.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.