"You know, I have my doubts because I feel like it was more of a sisterly thing, so not so much," he told Andy. "But I definitely, in the reading, saw the direction of the relationship -- and it didn't look good. But I wish her the best."
On Monday of this week, Khloe reportedly split from Tristan after finding out about the alleged hookup. Tristan apparently flew from Cleveland to Los Angeles to spend Valentine's Day with Khloe and their daughter, True Thompson. But on Sunday night, the NBA star was reportedly seen making out with Jordyn -- who not only modeled for Khloe's Good American clothing line, but was also a close friend of hers.
Following the explosive news, Khloe, BFF Malika Haqq and Kardashian family friend Larsa Pippen all alluded to the situation on social media. Hollywood Unlocked posted a video talking about what reportedly went down at the party, and Khloe commented on the post using multiple emojis of someone shouting. Malika also commented on the post, writing, "STRONG FACTS." Larsa added, "Amen!!!!"
Khloe also liked a tweet from one of her fans which read, "Don't let anyone ever say this is your fault! He is a sick man, and if it's true then she is a terrible woman. Both terrible people that do not deserve your love. True does, and you're doing great showing her that love."
Malika hit at Jordyn again on Instagram by commenting on a meme showing Kylie's daughter, Stormi Webster, waving. The caption read, "Stormi in Calabasas waiting for Jordyn to pack her shit and get out Kylie's house like..." Malika's comment: "These hoes ain't loyal."
Then on Wednesday's episode of "The Real," host Adrienne Bailon -- who has her own history with the Kardashians after dating Rob back in the day -- explained how she spoke to someone close to the situation, telling her co-hosts and the audience, "I spoke to somebody who has confirmed to me that it absolutely ... I am telling you, it is confirmed. This is absolutely true. I wouldn't say that if I didn't know."