Everybody had an opinion, including Auntie Kiki.
It was definitely not an easy decision for Khloé to make because, either way, she was damned. Damned if she didn't invite Tristan and damned if she did. It also didn't help that everyone had an opinion about it, especially Kim Kardashian, who was very against Tristan being invited to the party because she felt that everyone would be more focused on what was going on between Khloé and Tristan than on celebrating True's birthday.
The best advice came from grandma Kris.
Perhaps the best bit of advice came from Khloé's mom, Kris Jenner. “Nobody wants to be left out of the memories that are made,” Kris told Khloé. “I am not going to tell you what to do with Tristan because those feelings are still really raw, I am just asking you to be a little easier.” But the part that really hit the nail on the head is when Kris said, "Hopefully when True looks back at all the pictures, she’ll see both of her parents there having a good time."
Tristan was invited, and he did show up.
Khloé ended up inviting Tristan. It may have been incredibly uncomfortable for her, but she did what was best for their daughter. True got to celebrate her first birthday with both of her parents, and that's a beautiful thing.
And there was even more drama.
The basketball star had a little confrontation with Kanye West at the party. Viewers got to see a heated conversation between the two, but the footage had no audio. According to Kanye, Tristan was pissed that the family used Kanye's song "Runaway" in a promo.
“He felt like we were using my music to reinforce his narrative,” Kanye said. Oh well, it wouldn't really be a Kardashian party without some drama, would it?