Khloe Kardashian is sending mixed messages.
Not about the status of her relationship to James Harden. Those two have clearly broken up.
But about the basis for this break-up.
Just a week ago, Khloe came right out and said Harden was not "monogamous," adding she has the "receipts to prove" that he cheated.
So there you have it, right?
Harden cheated on Khloe and she found out and the romance ended there.
Or maybe not.
Kardashian took to her official app on Monday and seemed to amend her previous statement, telling fans the following:
"You don't need a huge scandal for things not to work. I actually think it takes more courage to move on if there's not a concrete reason you broke up.
"I wish people would realize that a breakup doesn't always mean cheating or abuse -- sometimes you just know things aren't working, and you have to remove yourself from the situation.
"It takes so much strength to move on without a huge reason."
Sure, we don't disagree with that statement.
We just wonder how it applies to Khloe considering she's the one who said a few days ago that Harden did cheat on her.
Since Khloe's split from the shooting guard, estranged husband Lamar Odom has taken a few shots at Harden.
But Khloe also wrote on her app that she wishes her private business could remain private sometimes:
"When you break up in the public eye, it's almost like you have to go through it twice: privately and publicly. I've been there, for sure, and it's hard.
"You could be having a fight that you don't necessarily want your family or friends to know about, and then all of a sudden it's like the whole world knows your business. It's humiliating.
"There's so much that you want to keep private, just for the sake of your own pride, and when details get out to the tabloids or whatever, it's like pouring salt into an open wound.
"It definitely makes it hard to close that chapter of your life."
We have a suggestion for how to fix this, Khloe:
STOP HAVING E! CAMERAS FOLLOW YOU AROUND EVERYWHERE!
It really isn't that difficult.