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    Khloé Kardashian Is Keeping The "Faith" After Tristan Thompson's Cheating Scandals, According To Her BFF Malika Haqq

    "It's not easy for me to watch, so I know it's not easy for her."

    Khloé Kardashian's best friend, Malika Haqq, opened up about how Khloé's doing after all that stuff with Tristan Thompson.

    Khloe and Tristan

    If you've been paying attention to the headlines, you know that he was involved, a few months back, in yet another cheating scandal, in which Tristan was revealed to have fathered a child outside of his and Khloe's relationship.

    close up of Tristan

    The baby was conceived last year just weeks after he and Khloé conceived their second child via surrogate — and right after she threw him a huge party for his 30th birthday, at that.

    close up of Khloe

    While Khloé has rarely commented, Malika offered some insight into how Khlo's doing on Carlos King's Reality with The King podcast this week.

    Khloe and Malika

    She said that, on a personal level, "Khloé is doing about as well as you could expect for someone in her circumstances."

    Malika

    Khloé is "not the first woman to ever endure adversity in a relationship or be forgiving," she continued, "... but there are some glory times that are really meant to just be glory times. And some of that has been stripped from her, and it's sad, but she really is one of the strongest people I know."

    close up of Khloe

    "She's got a good head on her shoulders," Malika added. "Faith is something else, and she's got a great deal of it. I'll tell you that much. 'Cause this ain't easy. It's not easy for me to watch, so I know it's not easy for her."

    Malika and Khloe at an event

    Malika — who's the mother of a son, Ace, with rapper O.T. Genasis — noted that things can be even more complicated because kids are involved. But that just means they have to work harder to create a healthy environment for their children. "What happens with the moms and the spouses, we can all sit here and say some shit should never happen, but it does. And I think that's when you have to continue to remind yourself of who the priority is, and it's these babies."

    close up of Malika

    You can listen to the full podcast episode here.