Khloé Kardashian posted a cryptic message on her Instagram page Wednesday after her boyfriend James Harden was seen hanging out at a strip club in Los Angeles with a mystery woman Tuesday. Harden was joined by Scott Disick, the former partner of Khloé’s sister Kourtney Kardashian, as well as Tyga, Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend.

Harden visited the club after his basketball team, Houston Rockets, lost to Los Angeles Clippers Tuesday. The loss came amid speculation of the existence of a "Kardashian curse," with social media users blaming Khloé for the loss and Harden’s performance. The woman seen in the photo with Harden was seen with her hair in braids, a hairstyle sported by Khloé recently.

Khloé posted a photo on her Instagram page that read: “Stay away from people who make you feel like you are hard to love.”

She also wrote a caption for the photo, saying: “Never compromise the way you desire to be loved. We all should require and demand a certain type of love and that's for us to choose in any realm. Don't lose yourself in lowering your standards to make someone else comfortable in love. Search for a love that's equal. You ARE deserving of equal love!!”

Earlier this month, Khloé told Entertainment Tonight on the set of “Kocktails with Khloé,” that despite their hectic schedules, Harden and she make time for each other. Khloé said it was all about “making the effort” and added: “I do like to put my relationships a priority. [sic]”

She said making their relationship was all about “juggling time”, adding: “Even if it's just a 48-hour trip. As long as you get that time in then it works.” She also said that keeping their relationship private had helped them.

A report last week said Harden was concerned about his relationship with Khloé after her former husband Lamar Odom moved into her house, so she could take better care of him. Odom was hospitalized for a drug overdose in October after he was found unconscious in a brothel in Las Vegas. He was admitted to Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles and was discharged earlier this month.