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The 'Hate It or Love It' rapper threatens paparazzi who try to take photos of Khloe, saying, 'Put your cameras down or there's going to be seven broke cameras!'
Khloe writes two Twitter posts which are apparently aimed at haters, saying, 'You will never cut us, you will just tire yourself out.'
In a latest episode of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', Khloe says that 'there are a lot of emotional issues with Lamar.'
The reality TV star removes Lamar's last name from her social media accounts on their 4th wedding anniversary.
According to a source close to Khloe and Lamar, the basketball player has contacted Khloe to tell her that he wants to celebrate their upcoming wedding anniversary together.
Lamar defends the Kardashians, calling them 'the ONLY FAMILY that has loved me without expecting anything in return' and 'the ONLY ones that have been here consistently 4 me during this dark time.'
The reality TV star freaks out upon learning that her husband may have overdosed on crack last week.
Khloe is all smiles as she mingles with the guests that include John Mayer, Julianne Hough, Ellen Page and Shannon Woodward.
'As much as I wish I were made of steel... I'm not,' she writes, before adding that she's close to it though.
According to sources, Lamar moves back into his home with Khloe following unsuccessful intervention from his teammates who encouraged him to get treatment.
Lamar is seen driving an SUV around San Fernando Valley area which is not far from a house he shares with his wife Khloe Kardashian.
Lamar's agent Jeff Schwartz denies that the athlete went missing, saying that Khloe 'knows exactly where he is.'
Khloe fuels split rumors with husband Lamar Odom when she steps out wearing a silver band instead of her wedding or engagement ring.
Kris says that 'there's been no talk of divorce' between her daughter Khloe and Khloe's NBA player husband.
After Lamar trashed the shutterbugs' car and camera, his wife Khloe says on Twitter that paparazzi have gone too far by sneaking into their gated area and violating their 'private property!'