Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have called off the divorce and they have set down their rules before Khloe took a break from his care to attend Kim Kardashian’s baby shower.
Khloe has been criticized for calling off her divorce with Lamar. Her own family have been disappointed by the decision. While you don’t leave a man when he’s down and Lamar’s declaration of love on his almost deathbed might melt many hearts but some of the members of Kardashian and Jenner family say that they have seen Lamar do it before.
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Khloe is however proving that she is not a child. She has put down the ultimate condition before Lamar. She has told Lamar that if he does drugs again, ever, she will leave him. TMZ sources say that both, Khloe and Lamar, said nay to divorce. It is however Khloe who is at an advantageous position right now.
Lamar’s treatment is being paid out of Khloe’s health insurance. The bill may comprise of millions of dollars. The amount might not be affordable by the Odom family following Lamar’s mother’s cancer treatment and his own extravagance.
Furthermore, Lamar rarely has anyone who’d support him through his recovery which will take months ahead. Khloe is not giving up on him. Her only condition is that he has to give up on drugs.
With their relationship status secured, Khloe left his side for a while to attend Kim Kardashian’s Troop Beverly Hills themed baby shower. After spending days at Lamar’s side, she decided to bring in some change.
That change came by chopping off her long bangs to shoulder length. She and her sisters Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner all camped inside the house in custom made state trooper tents.
All the sisters posted different selfies and pictures from the shower. All wore matching pinstriped pyjamas as they posed for the camera. They were accompanied by friends and family.
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As soon as the party was over, Khloe headed back to the Sinai Medical Center where Lamar was taken from the Las Vegas hospital for more prompt medical attention.