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First Video of Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson's Baby True is Here!

Khloe Kardashian has shared the first video of her and Tristan Thompson‘s baby True’s face. She shared the video on Instagram, on True’s one month birthday.

Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson welcome Baby Girl!

Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson

“?Happy One Month True ?” Khloe wrote.

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💕Happy One Month True 💕

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21 Comments

  1. Lol

    May 12, 2018 at 4:27 pm

    The baby has freckling. Hope she doesn’t have a nuclear excision repair disorder.

    • CurvesAndEdges

      May 12, 2018 at 4:48 pm

      Na wa for you o. I bet you diagnose all your patients (if you’re a doctor) with cancer.

    • Olori Tobi

      May 12, 2018 at 7:16 pm

      I think it’s snapchat freckles, not real.

    • Lol

      May 12, 2018 at 10:20 pm

      Lol @curvesnedges not really…it’s just really unusual to find freckles on a child that young. However it seems I’m not in with the times and as someone pointed out..it’s a filter. Would u rather be told about a problem to prevent catastrophe or just be an ostrich?

  2. Baybie

    May 12, 2018 at 5:18 pm

    Baby True is so CUTE. A perfect combo of her mum and dad. Welcome to the world of endless drama baby, Atleast you never have to worry about poverty like kids born in this jungle called naija.

    • Temi Tope

      May 12, 2018 at 6:25 pm

      DON’T SAY THAT.. MY DEAR.. BECAUSE NAIJA IS NOT A JUNGLE.. WE ARE THE ONES WHO MADE IT A JUNGLE. LIFE IS GOOD IN AFRICA.. OUR FOOD IS FRESH, OUR FISH AND CATTLE ARE NATURAL… WE STILL RELY ON EACH OTHER WE DON’T LIVE FARAWAY FROM OUR PARENTS WE HAVE OUR TRADITIONS AND ELEDERS, AND CUSTOMS.. THERE AR SO MANY GOOD THINGS ABOUT NAIJA AND AFRICA.. MONEY DOES NOT GIVE YOU ALL… AFTER ALL THE KARDASHIAN ARE NOT HAPPY PEOPLE.. THEIR LIVES FULL OF DRAMA.. I RATHER HAVE ALL THE NECESSARY THINGS … THEN BE RICH AND HAVE DRAMA LIFE..

      appreciate what you have.. believe me.. MONEY IS JUST NUMBER..

    • 9ja

      May 12, 2018 at 9:21 pm

      @Baybie, you used to be one of the more intelligent commenters, what happened?! LOL!

      Abegi, you do not have to come all the way to Naija to see “poverty”. There is real poverty in the midst of plenty right there in the US, and when you survive that (depending on which part of the tracks you were born) you have to negotiate racism, poor inner city schools, unaffordable (if not inaccessible) healthcare, childhood and adult obesity, and (regardless of where you were born) routine gun violence, among other things! Just wish the baby well and move on.

    • Baybie

      May 12, 2018 at 11:32 pm

      LOL 9ja, didnt know there was a ranking for intelligent comments o! There is definitely poverty everywhere in the world, I was only referring to the kardashian money. Baby True will never go hungry but as for her happiness, my hand no dey that one o! Let everybody answer their father’s name, I’m still trying to figure out my own happiness. Lol

    • Fatima

      May 12, 2018 at 11:52 pm

      @Temi Tope. Abeg leave matter for matter, Naija is a jungle.

  3. Olori Tobi

    May 12, 2018 at 7:14 pm

    Oh yeah, rich people are not happy people. Consolation. It is people without access to food, health care, education, basic needs that are happy. Even your cap letters will not save the junglehood called Nigeria. Denying the problem won’t either.

    • 9ja

      May 12, 2018 at 9:31 pm

      @Olori Tobi, it says a lot about people when they think money is synonymous with happiness and launch personal ad hominen attacks on those who happen to think otherwise. DJ Avicii was a multimillionaire (and being Swedish had access to much better healthcare and education than many Americans) and yet was unhappy enough to apparently take his own life at 28 (may his soul RIP). The reality is that the only real wealth is health. And a great family helps. Everything else is ephemeral.

  4. Lilo

    May 12, 2018 at 7:37 pm

    Why do babies need filters tori olorun? Why are people projecting their own insecurities to their babies? What happened to babies just being purely cute and adorable?

  5. Jade Edo babe

    May 12, 2018 at 8:02 pm

    This Kardashian Sabi born girl pikins. Their girls are always so cute too. The men in that family have serious issues maybe it’s a blessing not have a boy in that family. I hope Robert will have a boy to carry on his dad’s legacy.

    • Lilo

      May 12, 2018 at 9:28 pm

      You know yorubas will say instead of the village witch to be redeem, na so so so girls she dey born. The proverbial village witch here is Kris Jenner hehe. She has a battalion to pimp all the way into her years of assisted living and finally nursing home days. Her only son Rob is a non-lucrative enemy of progress so her captivity has been restored with these granddaughters

  6. Dayo

    May 12, 2018 at 9:33 pm

    True? What is with these Kardashians and wacky names…

  7. Olori Tobi

    May 13, 2018 at 3:16 am

    I do get your point, but I was actually responding to a particular comment – or the listing of the ills/wrongs in America as a way of saying Nig is better. If Nig is indeed better, why are people migrating in thousands? F1 visa o, visiting o, J1, to born pikin oh, even jumping border to Canada. I dare you to say no if say, you won the US lottery today. You probably would leave too, thats if you’re not even here.
    Forget, as far as the world is concerned, America has done well for themselves,. Having access to healthcare and basic needs is being wealthy already.l That will make anybody happy.

  8. 9ja

    May 13, 2018 at 11:24 am

    Olori Tobi, since you went there, I was actually born in the US, raised and educated in the US and the UK (and worked in both countries and in Paris) before ever setting foot in Nigeria on an expat contract and then decided to stay here (hopefully forever) Thus far, relocating to Nigeria is the best life decision I ever made. To each her own (and trust me, Imhave made a coin or two), but for so many people money is nowhere near the most important thing in life (good health and family far outstrips material wealth), and is most certainly not synonymous with happiness. Accordingly, those who let the good things in life pass them by as they blindly go scampering after cash more often than not will live to regret it.

    Finally, while I don’t think anyone on this discourse ever said that Nigeria was “better” than the US, in several ways it actually is (and I should know). But best of luck in my old country.

    • Mz Socially Awkward....

      May 13, 2018 at 11:27 pm

      Not to rain on your parade….

      … but if you moved to Nigeria on expatriate terms, it’ll be the best country in the world. Heck, the Asians, Americans and Europeans on expat terms never want to return to their own reality once they’ve tasted the good life here.

      Comfy homes (with plenty of space for that garden, study or art studio you’ve always wanted), a car with an assigned driver, secure living on company premises which come with 24/7 electricity and a properly treated water system, estate services, paid holidays when you decide to take time off, a gardener, nanny, cook, access to top-notch health facilities…..

      I grew up in that exact kind of environment and never understood the daily hells of living in Nigeria (e.g. the scourge of NEPA and lack of security) until le papa retired.

      Let’s be honest, the only benefit gained from living back home is the closeness to family and that’s about where it ends. Even the good health you speak of is definitely not assured to at least 70% of the people living here. This country is skating backwards on a down-sloping ice rink towards new levels of disaster, each and every day and can be a special kind of hell to those who’re at the bottom of the food chain.

    • 9ja

      May 14, 2018 at 2:58 am

      @Socially Awkward and Olori Tobi, first there are DIRT-POOR folks and others in gun-ridden, gang-ridden and drug-ridden neighborhoods in the US whose “daily hells” you will never ever understand in the US!

      However, the point is I could (still) make a lot more money and continue to enjoy a cushy professional life in the US or the UK, rather than struggling to run my own business in Nigeria where I have to provide own infrastructure and train every employee from scratch (because frankly most come with no skill and poor aptitude), but making a lot more money than I am making in Nigeria has not (and will not) make me as happy as I presently am living here in Nigeria and building something from scratch. But like I say, to each her own (and I try to respect everyone’s personal choice because each of our lives are peculiar) but equating money with happiness is a succinct self-commentary on values.

  9. Olori Tobi

    May 13, 2018 at 7:07 pm

    Oh, now I get it. Mostly, people who are quick to say ‘I love Nigeria’, and are full of hope for Nig are among the privileged. People whose parents could afford to get them good education, and access to electricity, water, healthcare and what have you. Not saying they should apologize for their opportunities, of course not. But I know the life of an ‘expat’ like you, is far different from the average citizen. People who unfortunately, have borne the brunt of the harsh reality called Nig, having no access to anything, sleeping under bridges, or have lost loved ones to preventable accidents et al, do not bear this hope. But it’s been a good argument with you. To each his own and best of luck too!!

  10. Mrs chidukane

    May 13, 2018 at 11:49 pm

    Temi Tope is right. We are the ones that made Nigeria a jungle. Despite that,there is still some good in it. True is not guaranteed a happy or even long life because she’s born into money. That is fact. People sleep on the streets in the US. There is crime,murder, all sorts. Its not heaven.

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