A new report suggests that Lamar did not write a tweet defending Khloe Kardashian and her family following his father Joe's interview.
Lamar Odom reportedly did not send an angry tweet aimed at his father Joe following an interview in which he said Lamar "would be better off without" the Kardashians. According to sources close to the basketball player, Lamar does not have internet connection at home.
Besides choosing not to have internet connection, the sources tell TMZ that the athlete bans phone from his house. According to the source, Lamar is paranoid that people will find him by tapping his phone. Therefore, he confiscates visitors' phones at the door.
Lamar reportedly does not know anything about his father's comment about the Kardashian. The tweet which was posted on Tuesday night, September 24, apparently was not sent by Lamar.
A lengthy tweet which was posted on Lamar's account on Tuesday read, "Won't continue 2 speak on this but I have got 2 let this out real quick. I have let this man and many others get away with a lot of s**t. He wasn't there 2 raise me. He was absent ALL of my life due to his own demons. My mother and grandmother raised me. Queens raised me. For the first time since they left, came a blessing of a FAMILY that I married into."
"FAMILY. That man wasn't even invited to my wedding. He has never met my mother in law and some of my other family. How can a man who has NOT once called me to check on my wellbeing have the nerve to talk so recklessly about his own 'son.' He is my downfall! He (is) disrespecting the ONLY FAMILY that has loved me without expecting anything in return. They are the ONLY ones that have been here consistently 4 me during this dark time. Only person 2 blame is myself," the post continued.
The Twitter rant apparently was a response to Joe's interview with Radar Online. Joe said at that time, "I wish he had never got married to Khloe Kardashian," among other things. Following the Twitter rant, Joe told TMZ that he was sorry for his action, adding that the Kardashians was a "wonderful family."