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Khloé Kardashian and French Montana didn't have sex during Ramadan

29 July 2014, 06:40

Los Angeles - Khloé Kardashian and French Montana are not having sex due to his Islamic beliefs.

The 30-year-old star admits she and her beau are abstaining from getting physical in the bedroom during the month of Ramadan out of respect of his religion.

Speaking on Angie Martinez's Power 105 radio show last week, the brunette beauty said: "There's no sex during Ramadan. That's so fun."

The 29-year-old rapper has also given up alcohol and is fasting during daylight hours as required of him during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.

Meanwhile, the hunk - who has been dating the reality TV star since April - has shot down rumours Khloé's mother Kris Jenner disapproves of their new romance.

He said: "Me and Kris Jenner are best friends. We drink together."

French is smitten with Khloé - who filed for divorce from her husband of four years Lamar Odom in December following revelations he cheated on her - and is reportedly planning to propose to her in the near future.

A source said previously: "He has started to look at rings. French knows she's the one for him. They've discussed their future and she's said she would marry him. If he got his way, French would propose soon, and they would marry by the end of the year.

"So Khloé is going to try to push her divorce through as soon as possible."

- BangShowBiz


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