January 23, 2014 05:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Lamar Odom has been extremely worried about how he would be portrayed on the new season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but it appears that he has no reason to worry. Rumor has it that Khloe Kardashian actually has no intention of bashing her soon to be ex-husband on the show, despite everything he put her through.
Rumors were buzzing last month that Lamar Odom was worried about how Khloe Kardashian would have him portrayed on the new season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but it seems that he no longer has to worry about it. According to Hollywood Life, Khloe Kardashian has no intention of bashing Lamar, or having him portrayed negatively on the show.
“She really has been quiet amazing through this whole situation and keeping most of it as private as possible,” one insider told the site, adding that Khloe plans to keep it as positive as possible on the show as well. And that’s not all! Another source went on to add that on top of the fact that Khloe is keeping it positive: “Lamar and his agent have approval over every single episode that Lamar is in or that he is a topic of discussion of. Khloe did this out of respect for him.”
Wow, Khloe sure is a class act, isn’t she? After everything Lamar put her through, she certainly did not have to be that nice to him. We truly hope that Khloe is able to find the happiness that she deserves soon.
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