Who is Khloe Kardashian dating? Koko seems to have a new man in her life

Khloe Kardashian new boyfriend updates are swirling, so who is this fella?

In this image released on September 26, 2021, Khloé Kardashian attends the SHEIN X 100K Challenge 2021 in Sun Valley, California
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All quiet on the Western front? The Khloe Kardashian new boyfriend updates keep coming, but the Good American founder has been tight-lipped. 

Towards the end of The Kardashians Hulu season debut, fans wondered, "Are Khloe and Tristan still together?" Since it's a resounding no—at long last—loyal followers couldn't help but wonder what's next for Koko's love life. 

In June 2022, gossip account DeuxMoi revealed that the youngest Kardash sister was romantically involved with another NBA player, which caught everyone's attention. But alas, the tabloid had no basis in reality, according to Kardashian herself.  

"Definitely NOT True !!! I love you! Thank you for the nice wishes but I am not seeing a soul," she wrote on the KardashianSocial fan page on June 18, according to US Weekly (opens in new tab)

She added, "I am happy focusing on my daughter and myself for a while."

However, it looks like "a while" has come to an abrupt end, and it's all thanks to big sis Kim's handy work. (Are we really surprised?) 

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Khloe Kardashian: new boyfriend updates?

In May, right before the DeuxMoi gossip, Kardashian took time to speak on the "Not Skinny But Not Fat" podcast and revealed that she was content flying solo.

"I don’t feel lonely. I don’t want to date. I feel like I’m so busy with work. I’m so obsessed with my girl. Like, I love being a mom, so I just am busy," she said. 

But since Kim introduced her little sister to a mystery man at a dinner party earlier this summer, Koko has allegedlly being seeing the private equity investor, who has yet to be identified. Naturally, fans are searching for any type of hint or reveal on the star's social media pages. Thus far: nada. 

After a whirlwind of ups and downs and several cheating scandals, Kardashian and her ex, Tristan Thompson, are no longer together romantically, but continue to co-parent their daughter, True. Ahead of The Kardashians' premiere, the family sat down with Robin Roberts of Good Morning America, and Khloe gave an update about their relationship. 

"I still think he's a great guy, and he's a great dad. He's just not the guy for me," she told the news anchor. 

Sources allege that Koko's new relationship has definitely sparked some jealousy on Thompsons end, even though it's still in the early stages. (Looks like you should've been on better behavior, Mr. Thompson.) At this time, the NBA player is not romantically linked to anyone new. 

Time will tell how everything will unfold, but you can be certain everyone's on the lookout for hints on social media. Perhaps by the time round 2 hits Hulu—for those who asked, "When is season 2 of The Kardashians," we can give you the scoop—we'll be introduced to a new face. Heck, maybe even Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson will finally make their big reveal. (No hope for an onscreen sighting of maybe couple Devin Booker and Kendall Jenner, right?) 

In the meantime, the real mystery still remains, and it has nothing to do with Khloe: what is Kylie Jenner's son's name? Seems there are lot of unidentified men floating around...

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