Tristan Thompson was called out for cheating on Khloe Kardashian and fathering a baby with another woman. After months of drama surrounding Tristan’s alleged child with Maralee Nichols, Tristan finally admitted to his paternity. Thompson made headlines just few days into the new year, but for all the wrong reasons. It seems that Corey Gamble is on his side.

In the midst of all the Khloe Kardashian turmoil, Corey Gamble appears to have Tristan Thompson’s back. He showed support by wearing a jersey with Tristan’s name on the back. Kris Jenner’s boyfriend was exiting the Lakers-Kings game at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Tuesday when he whipped out a game-worn No. 13 Thompson jersey from his luggage.

Gamble told TMZ that Tristan handed it to him at the end of the game. Corey made a point of flashing the paparazzi his Kings jersey, delivering the message that he’s rooting for Tristan despite the fact that the NBA star is having a terrible week.

There’s a history here, because Gamble and Thompson have been friends with the Kardashians for years. Corey’s loyalty has to be with Kris, and it’s hard to think she’s very thrilled with Tristan right now.

Tristan also gave True a bouquet of roses before apologizing to her mother. The Kardashians have yet to comment publicly to Tristan’s confession and apology, but Corey is sending a strong statement by taking TT’s jersey home with him.

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