Imagine dating a dude for over a year or two, just to see him run off with a woman who may be just a tad bit more famous, and a sister to one of your friends. **In the words of Chris Brown** “These dudes ain’t loyal!”
This may be how rapper Trina is feeling right now, after her boo French Montana linked up with Khloé Kardashian and has been spotted wining and dining her all over LA. Last night, the new couple were spotted leaving dinner at Crustacean, just hours before Khloé posted a poem to her Instagram:
And in the end,
we were all just humans
drunk on the idea
Khloé is currently getting over her breakup and pending divorce to Lamar Odom. Meanwhile, sources close to Trina have revealed that although she and French weren’t officially boyfriend and girlfriend, they were living together in New Jersey and had been talking regularly up until a few weeks ago when he started working on his new album in LA. She’s apparently devastated by the news that he’s doing whatever he’s doing with Khloé.
Trina has hung out with Khloé’s sister Kim quite a few times, but you know how Hollywood friendships are. You can’t really tell what’s real and what’s for a photo opp. If it was real, this situation is way awkward.
This won’t be the first time French Montana abandoned one of his chicks. His estranged wife Deen, who he married in 2007, recently told Life & Style Magazine that once he popped, he left her and the couple’s 5-year-old son high and dry:
[Khloe] has to be careful, things are not what they seem. As soon as he popped, it was as if Kruz [French Montana] and I didn’t exist. He practically abandoned us. Sometimes we won’t hear from him for two to three months.
Back in 2012, when asked about his marriage, French told The Boombox:
Man, I couldn’t do it; that’s why we got separated. At first it was smooth, but then as much as people think that money changes you, it’s changing them around you. A person ain’t gonna treat you the same now that they think that you think you somebody. You around so many beautiful women, that’s a conflict too. It’s just about finding somebody that understand the game, what you’re into. You can’t expect to make all this money and not go through problems. You can’t expect God to give you everything you want without taking something away.
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