March 03, 2012 06:00:50 GMT
'I love how people can 'report' lies and BS and slander some1's name... Then when the truth comes out no one owns up to 'reporting' the rumors they so carelessly spread,' writes Khloe in her Twitter.
Khloe Kardashian has never been shy about voicing her opinion on rumors plaguing her family, and she's certainly not holding it back now. When words came out that her husband Lamar Odom has been demoted from the Dallas Mavericks to the D-league, the reality star took to her Twitter to express her frustration over the false claims.
"People hear one side of a story and they think they know it all. SMH [Shaking My Head]... Gossip Gossip Gossip," the 27-year-old kicked off her series of tweets. She then wrote to Dash Daily, "if your going to report something... Make sure you have the accurate information please," and, "no need for it to be ruined baby... Smile. Life is amazing! just don't believe everything you read. That's all ;)"
After Dash Daily informed its followers, "Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says Lamar WILL rejoin the team after a brief stint down in the D-League!" Khloe responded by writing back, "true... Lamar will be with the mavs sunday." When a fan tweeted, "Its amazing Lamar suggested 2play a couple Dleague games," the "Khloe & Lamar" clarified, "1 game&hes training as we speak."
Despite the clarification, the younger sister of Kim Kardashian hasn't got over the false reports. Hours later, she posted a couple of new tweets that read, "I love how people can 'report' lies and BS & slander some1's name... Then when the truth comes out no one owns up to 'reporting' the rumors they so carelessly spread."
Days after it was confirmed that Lamar is taking a break from basketball to tend to a family matter, rumors started to swirl that he has been reassigned to a D-League team. The speculations arose after Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle expressed his disappointment with the former Los Angeles Lakers star's absence from four Mavs games.
"But, from this point going forward it's attitude and action," Carlisle said. "We're going to do everything we can to get the guy ready to play ... but he's well aware now of exactly what's expected. And it's not about the stats. It's about how he approaches it in terms of his actions on the court, his engagement in the game, being into it and intensity, passion, all those kind of things."
ESPN reported Mavericks president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson has confirmed that it was Lamar's idea to play with the Mav's affiliate team, the Texas Legends.