Lamar Odom Wants You to Know He's Not Back on Drugs After Debuting 'Black Jesus' Alter Ego: 'Life Is Too Short' [Video]

Lamar Odom wants you to know he’s not on drugs — he’s just having a little fun dressing up as ‘Black Jesus.’

After Lamar posted a video sharing his new ‘alter ego’ with the world, fans were concerned that he was back on that stuff.

“Lighten up DAMN ~ I can’t have fun without being accused of being high or out my mind?? If you know me you know I play all day, life is too short to stay so serious, Covid taught us that ???? Black Jesus here to stay ?? No blasphemy, just fun!” Lamar captioned the video explaining his actions.

In a second video, Lamar takes off the wig and speaks to the camera about the ‘Black Jesus’ footage, saying, “It’s just my alter ego. When I’m trying to bless y’all on 2K and Madden.”

 

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Citing Lamar’s past history of drug use, fans and critics of Lamar’s behavior have not been kind.

“Crack kills,” one fan wrote. Another added, “Doing drugs again,” after seeing the video.

“Whoa… he trippin,” a concerned fan posted.

Lamar made clear that he’s just having good, sober, fun.

“Life teaches us that we can be whatever and whoever we choose to be, good or bad. Fame robs us of the right to do it publicly without being judged or ridiculed. I AM OKAY WITH THAT ???,” Lamar added.

He continued, “I’m the Author of my book, and if I want to write in comedic moments I can, if it includes dark places, so be it but In 2021 I will live my life INTENTIONAL and OUT LOUD without APOLOGY ????.”

He’s clearly going through a lot. If this is how he chooses to express himself, so be it. At least he’s not running to the brothels in a pandemic.

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