Khloé Kardashian's new boyfriend's neighbours are reportedly unhappy about their romance because they are worried she will bring drama to their quiet community in New Jersey.
Khloé Kardashian's new boyfriend's neighbours are reportedly unhappy about their romance.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' started dating rapper French Montana last month, following her split from Lamar Odom in December after four years of marriage, and residents living beside the 'Pop That' hitmaker in New Jersey are worried the 29-year-old beauty will bring drama to their small community.
A source told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ''Khloé is not welcome in the neighbourhood.
''This is a quiet bedroom community. No one wants Khloé around and all of the ruckus she brings. Having her here is a complete nuisance. She's going to bring paparazzi and disturb the peace the neighbourhood.''
The couple enjoyed a low key trip to the area last weekend.
The insider said: ''She was over there this past weekend and they spent most of the day inside. They were holed up for a romantic time. They definitely weren't playing stickball of lawn darts at the house.''
But the Moroccan-born singer's neighbours don't think their relationship will last.
The source said: ''French lives a really modest life in New Jersey. His house is one of the nicest in the town, but the town isn't really that exclusive. He probably doesn't have enough money for her.''
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