Khloe Kardashian pours her heart out on Instagram. Instantly regrets it.

It seems that Khloe Kardashian is quite the philosopher, posting a cryptic phrase to Instagram which we all, apparently, misinterpreted.

Over the weekend, Khloe posted a quote, accompanied by a detailed caption, which appeared to be directed at her ex, Lamar Odom. But when her followers started making presumptions, she deleted the post, and took to Twitter to vent her frustrations.

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Khloe and Lamar, who married in September 2009 and filed for divorce in 2013, have had a tumultuous few years The couple have reportedly struggled with fertility problems, cheating, Lamar’s alleged alcohol and drug abuse, and, of course, his traumatic brain injury late last year.

But it seems Khloe had some new feelings to share with her 51 million followers on Saturday, as she took to Instagram to post the words: “They start missing you when they fail at replacing you.”

She captioned the post with several paragraphs of text, ostensibly alluding to her relationship with Lamar.

“‘You don’t know what you got till it’s gone.’ I say, you knew what you had, you just never thought it could slip away,” she began.


“We often take for granted the very things that deserve our gratitude the most. We do this with both people and material possessions. The problem is many people do not realize this until it’s too late.

“We take things for granted on a daily basis, always with the assumption that whenever we need something, it will be there,” she continued. “There are many things that we fail to realise the true value of until they are missing from our lives. Sadly.”


But when fans began questioning whether the post was about Lamar, she quickly deleted it.

She then tweeted, “Interesting…When you post too many selfies then you are narcissistic and vain. When you post insightful thoughts they automatically make it about someone and take away the meaning of creative writing. They turn it negative,” she tweeted. “I’m here to uplift and hopefully help someone as I’ve been helped by encouraging words.”

She’s since posted a new quote to Instagram, sans caption, which reads: “We’d learn so much more about ourselves if we took the time to observe and reflect on our own actions instead of another’s.”

We’ve got to be honest – we’re not exactly sure what any of it means.

But it did seem like her Instagram post was directed at someone in particular, and given recent recent reports of controversy between Khloe and Lamar (which, let’s be honest, could be entirely false), it’s easy to think the post was meant for her ex.

Let’s just hope he was one of the millions of people who saw it. And that, for the first time in history, a passive aggressive Instagram post actually achieved its purpose.