Khloe Kardashian Says French Montana Is Just A Big ‘Softie’ Sometimes

He's only a Coke Boy on the outside.

We learned a couple things about French Montana on Thursday (July 24), when he and Khloe Kardashian made an appearance on Angie Martinez’s Power 105 radio show. For one, he might be a Coke Boy on the outside, but inside he’s just a big ol’ ‘softie.’

French and Khloe have been dating for a few months now and they haven’t been shy about it at all. They’ve been snapped out and about on both coasts, and the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star will show up in French’s upcoming video for “Don’t Panic.” Still, French has been mum when it comes to actually speaking on details about their relationship — until today.

He revealed that it was Diddy who introduced them after a night in the studio, and they skipped a party later just to hang with each other. During the visit with Angie, Khloe pointed out that the Bronx rapper was being awkward and shy, but she wasn’t worried about spilling some details. And she doesn’t care what you think about their relationship.

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“People are gonna comment on matter what. If I dated the most clean-cut, perfect guy they’re gonna comment,” Khloe said. “So if I’m having fun and dating this kid…they’re not f–king him, so why should they care?”

“Or, maybe they are, I dunno,” she added, joking. Then she continued to gush about him a little.

“He’s probably one of the funniest people I’ve ever met in my life,” she said. “You cannot stop laughing [around him]. Like, crying laughing. I think he’s a little bit of [everything], but I think people definitely don’t get to see the great parts of him.”

“He puts out more of the tough exterior, that’s who he is. But there’s also a different side of him. He could be a softie sometimes. [But] I’ve learned from my past that you’ve gotta keep some things more private and a little more close to your heart.”

French recently told MTV News that he and Kanye West have been in the studio recording music for both of their albums, and today he added that ‘Ye might actually be executive producing Mac & Cheese 4.

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