Cleveland Cavalier Tristan Thompson, Khloè Kardashian’s baby daddy, was heckled last night during game one of the Eastern Conference Semifinals at the Air Canada Center by Toronto Raptors’ fans.
According to Fox News, the Cavs center, who allegedly cheated on Kardashian with several women during her pregnancy, was taunted by hundreds of onlookers chanting "KHLOÈ!!!" The provocation didn’t work, however, and Thompson, 27, was able to make four shots from the line during the fourth quarter, leading the Cavaliers to a 113 to 112 victory over the Raptors.
The Canadian player, who welcomed his first child, True, with Kardashian, 33, on April 12, 2018, in Cleveland, has been the source of countless rumors and speculations regarding his off-court shenanigans. Ironically, Thompson, who is from Toronto, was feeling no love from locals, which included Drake, a Raptors fan (and representative of the organization).
The rapper, 31, also had a bit of a run in with Cavaliers player Kendrick Perkins who didn’t play in last night’s game. Perkins told ESPN that Drake had said, ''We about to win this game,” while the player was chatting with former teammate Serge Ibaka.
“He said something slick so I said, ‘sit your ass down and watch the game,’” Perkins told the network. The moment became so tense that the Cavaliers security team offered to escort the player to the bus, but he refused, saying, “'I'm fine. What's he going to do?”
As for Thompson, this wasn't the first time he’s been heckled. During the Cavaliers' last regular season game, he was continually booed, with fans holding up signs in support of Kardashian. Social media hasn’t been much kinder either. One user tweeted, "If only you played basketball as well as you played your family." While another alleged that “Kris Jenner made Tristan Thompson put $10 million in a trust fund for the baby and sign a contract saying he would deposit an additional $10 million into the account every time he's caught cheating from now on LMAOOOO... once again, the devil works hard but Kris Jenner works harder.” Ouch.