Khloe Kardashian is not happy about the video of husband Lamar Odom rapping, a source told Hollywood Life. The youngest Kardashian sister looked like she was ready to get back with her troubled husband recently after the couple was reportedly going to couples therapy and Odom was rumored to be signing a deal with the Los Angeles Clippers. But after the athlete’s latest stunt, reconciliation might be out of the question for the reality-star lovers.
“Khloe thinks the video is bad, just real bad. She’s not surprised by it but she feels it’s another blow to her. It’s a slap in the face,” a source told the news site. “It’s more disrespect thrown her way when all she ever wanted was a marriage and normal life with Lamar.”
Odom has struggled with substance abuse publicly since the summer and rumors that he cheated on the fashionista with various different women made headlines, embarrassing the 29-year-old superstar. Both parities in the relationship continued to wear their wedding rings throughout their personal turmoil playing out in the headlines. But after the TMZ obtained video of Odom’s rap, who knows how much longer the two can continue to present a united front.
“And when Khloe’s out of town, I guess I’ll still be on the DL,” Odom is heard saying in the video. His friend Jamie Sangouthai then adds: “You know what it is. We the QU [Queens] pimps. Ask any of these shorties. We ran through their cribs. Up in them hills, down to the hills, over in East L.A., they take us to the jungle and we A-OK.”
Though Odom, 33, doesn’t directly admit to cheating on Kardashian, it’s inferred that’s what he’s talking about. The brunette beauty hasn’t responded to the video, and instead seems to be ignoring it and more focused on work, as she's thanked her fans on her CeleBuzz blog who saw her during her international Kardashian Kollection tour.
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