Dec 02, 2013 02:27 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert
For most of 2013, rumors have been flying that Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian will be getting a divorce. Now a new report is claiming that Khloe, of KUWTK fame, is disgusted by Odom’s recent rap video, where he mentions drugs and alludes to cheating on her.
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In case you missed Lamar Odom’s debut into the rap game, you can check out the vid below. SPOILER ALERT: He’s pretty hard to understand.
There is one portion that is clearly audible, however. It’s when Lamar raps about playing around when Kourtney is out of town:
"And when Khloe's out of town / I still be on the DL. You know what it is / We the QU [Queens] pimps / Ask any of these shorties / We ran through their cribs."
Eek! Now it seems that Khloe has responded to the video. According to a source who recently spoke with Star, Khloe is outraged:
“She was shocked, disgusted and embarrassed. She was just starting to build trust back with Lamar, and then this happened. She’s not sure how much more she can take.”
Multiple reports have since surfaced that claim Odom is looking for a million dollar divorce settlement. According to a source who spoke with OK! Magazine, Lamar is prepared to reveal every dirty secret the Kardashians have:
“He’d go on TV, on radio, newspapers and magazines, whatever. His story would be an ultimate window into their world, and he knows it. It’s all about exit strategy for right now, and from Lamar’s point of view, money is key.
“He’s been through a lot of his fortune with the crazy lifestyle, all the partying, the fast cars and loose women. Maybe $50 million might sound like a crazy amount but Lamar figures the Kardashians are rolling in money. This is like peanuts to them in the big picture.”
What do you think about these latest claims? Why would Khloe stay with Lamar after that video surfaced? Do you think Lamar has a potential rap career in his future?
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