Khloe Kardashian Sure Needs a Reality Check (and a Confidence Boost, Too) Apparently

8/17/2014 10:55 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
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So here's the deal: it doesn't seem that Khloe Kardashian, like a lot of people, thinks that she's worthy of someone who would treasure her and take great pains to learn about her and appreciate her for who she is and not what she does or what her last name is. Most of us don't have that kind of notoriety that we'd be worried that our significant others were simply trying to capitalize on the situation of dating us, but this is a very real deal in Khloe's life, and it's sad. 

In a recent interview, French Montana was asked about his real feelings on dating Khloe, and why he seemed to gravitate so heavily toward her when she and Lamar Odom split up. His response? "I want to capitalize on it. I’ll get a fan base from everywhere. I just hope I’ll be able to connect with everything that’s going on." Classy, right? Not so much. The only thing most people know about French Montana is that he collaborated with Miley Cyrus on that one song that wasn't all that impressive, and that most people who watch the French/Khloe relationship unfold think it's wrong and twisted. 

Khloe, however, has fired back, claiming that she totally knows he's going to use her as a stepping stool to bigger and better things, saying, "It's amusing to me that Y'all think I don't see it. I was the first one to see it. I just don't care." 

Oh, Khloe. That's the classic "you were right, I was wrong" cop-out ... you want us to believe that you've seen this the whole entire time? Because you've never given off the vibe that you'd be willingly used for anyone's fame pack mule. Let us guess: the very next thing you're going to say is that you're actually the one using him, right? Is that what we're going to have to contend with next? 

Come on, girl -- you know (and are!) way, way better than that, for crying out loud.  

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