Lamar Odom has spoken out about the conspiracy theory about “Kardashian curse”. Four years after being officially divorced from ex-wife Khloe Kardashian, the former NBA player called those who believe in such rumors “dumba**es.”
via: The Blast
The former Los Angeles Lakers star sat down with VladTV to discuss a number of things including the fateful night where he overdosed inside of a Nevada brothel and almost died.
In the interview, Vlad questioned Lamar about the ‘Kardashian Curse’ — pointing out the theory that people’s lives fall apart after dating the famous family — including himself and Kanye West.
“That’s stupidity,” Odom lashed out at anyone who would belive such a thing — adding, “Because everybody goes through s–t, you dumba–es.”
He continued, “If I had your family on tape, and see all the s–t your family was going through, people would be like, ‘This f—ing family is crazy!’ People would see all the drug addicts, all the sex, they share their life with you, so you see everything.”
As you know, Lamar was married to Khloe Kardashian from 2009-2016 and has had several major issues since getting together with KK. But, he wants to make it clear, none of the issues had anything to do with his relationship with Kardashian.
In fact, Lamar says he is “lucky” to have been excepted by the family and appreciates the time he spent with Khloe.
“I know in some ways it’s the reason why I’m still relevant to this day,” he admitted. Adding, “‘Cause I’m not playing ball no more. Ain’t no more highlights on me no more.”
He continued, “The looks that I still get is due to — a lot of it is because of the love that they gave me … And f–k anybody that goes against that.”
As we reported, Odom recently revealed he also got help from Kobe Bryant in the weeks leading up to his death for Lamar’s gambling problems.
“I had been gambling. It got a little too steep for where I was at at that time,” Odom recalled. Adding, “It was getting tight. And if you in a bad situation, especially about some money, [Kobe] ain’t the one that you gonna wanna call.” But, Lamara admitted, “I gathered up the strength. I put my pride to the side…And I gave him a call.”
Lamar and Khloe divorced in December 2016, three years after the Good American founder filed for the divorce. He has since apologized publicly for the way he treated her during the relationship. During an interview with ABC News in 2019, he noted, “I couldn’t believe how I was treating that queen.”