On Friday, December 3, it was revealed that the NBA star — who shares 3-year-old daughter True with the reality star — is expecting a baby boy with his alleged third baby mama. (Thompson is also a father to 4-year-old son Prince, who he shares with ex Jordan Craig).
According to the Daily Mail, personal trainer Maralee Nichols, 31, is expected to give birth this month to the baby Thompson allegedly fathered following an alleged brief fling the two had amid his relationship with Kardashian.
While the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum, 37, has yet to address the reports, she coincidentally posted a series of obscure posts shortly before the baby news made headlines.
In an image posted to her Instagram story, the Good American co-founder shared a quote reading, “You are currently living at least one of the prayers you used to pray.”
She followed the post up with another quote — this time from @girl_unfiltered — that read: “I just don’t have time for negative energy and even when I do, I still don’t.”
Kardashian has had a rocky relationship with the basketball player for years, after his first cheating scandal came to light days before she gave birth to the duo's little girl in April 2018.
The coparents have since had an on-again, off-again relationship, although they seemingly called it quits for good back in July after additional cheating allegations emerged. Despite the numerous bumps in the road for the coparenting couple, news that Thompson is expecting another baby with a different woman definitely takes the cake.
Nichols, who is reportedly carrying Thompson’s third child, is expected to give birth to a baby boy on December 3.
The child was allegedly conceived in Houston, Texas, back in March during one of Thompson’s birthday celebrations, when he was still believed to be back together with Kardashian.
Nichols is now reportedly suing the Sacramento Kings player for child support, as she's also maintaining that their fling began “five months” before his birthday celebrations.
As OK! previously reported, Thompson insisted on a paternity test, although he never blatantly denied that he could be the father. He is also trying to get the case moved back to Texas — where Nichols recently moved from and where the child was allegedly conceived — to potentially limit the amount of child support he would owe.