Khloé on French Montana: There’s no bad blood!


Khloé Kardashian has insisted there’s “no bad blood” with ex French Montana.

The 30-year-old reality star and the Moroccan born rapper broke up in September after seven months of dating. Only one month on, she claims things are perfectly civil between them. “There’s no bad blood or anything,” Khloé told Us Weekly. “I love memories… and I still talk to him.” She is currently preparing for the November 2 premiere of her spinoff reality series, Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons. French will feature prominently in the show, which was filmed in the New York holiday spot while they were together.

‘I think it's cool, and I like that people get to see a part of our relationship’

The Keeping up with the Kardashians star is not nervous about watching their relationship play back to the world on television.

"It doesn't bother me at all,” she declared in the same interview. “I think it's cute.”

During production, the couple were frequently photographed on the reality show set together. Khloé even accompanied the hitmaker to South Africa to watch him perform at the MTV Africa Awards, which was also documented.

“I think it's cool, and I like that people get to see a part of our relationship,” she went on. "I think people are so quick to judge, and I don't think it's fair to judge people by appearance or what you think you know about them.”

Khloé’s pregnant sister Kourtney starred alongside her in the East Coast spinoff, and was therefore present for much of her relationship with French. She admitted the union revealed a new side to her sister.

“Seeing Khloé in a new relationship was interesting,” Kourtney said in a new promo for the show according to Celebuzz. “People bring out a different side of you when you’re in a relationship.”

Khloé married NBA player Lamar Odom in 2009, but they separated in 2013 and she has since filed for divorce.

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