Thursday, 27 July 2017

Video:Lemar Odom reveals Khloe Kardashian caught him with another woman getting high

The former B baller granted Theplayerstribune an interview where he talked about his life, how he hit rock bottom and his ex wife, Khloe Kardashian.
He also talked about someone he does not discuss often....his mom. Excerpts......

On Khloe walking in on him and another lady.....
"One of the darkest places I've ever been was when I was in a motel room, getting high with this chick, and my wife (at the time) walked in. That probably was like rock bottom."

"My d--k and my habit took me down all the roads that you don't ever wanna go down."

At that
point in my life, I was doing coke every day. Pretty much every second of free time that I had, I was doing coke. I couldn’t control it.
On her being by his side in the hospital......
I remember sitting there in bed, and for the first time in my life I couldn’t talk my way out of the situation. I was trapped all day in my own thoughts. And I kept thinking about something that my grandmother used to say to me when I was a kid.

I could see her face, like she was right there in the room.

“What’s done in the dark,” she would say, “will come out in the light.”

I think of all the sneaky shit I tried to get away with. All the times I did wrong. All the stuff I tried to hide. If it’s not in the public light, it’s in God’s light.

On his mom................
She was like the center of the universe in Jamaica, Queens.

When I was 12 years old, she got sick. I knew she had colon cancer, but I didn’t really know how bad it was. She kind of kept it from me to protect me. I just remember that she went into the hospital for a while, and when I went to visit her, it seemed like she was getting … smaller. Like she was disappearing, you know what I mean?

One day, when my grandmother was driving me home from the hospital, she said, “You know, your mother is probably going to pass away soon. I just want you to be ready.”

The day that she passed away, I remember going to see her, and I remember how the cancer had just ravaged her bod. Like if I could go back to that time, and you could put me in that room, I probably wouldn’t even recognize who she was. Her face was so small and she was bleeding out of her mouth. And she kept saying “Mookah, Mookah….”

I just sat right next to her bed, and one of the last things she said to me … I still think about it every day.

She said, “Be nice to everybody, Mook.”

I don’t think anything can prepare you for losing your mother at 12 years old. It leaves a mark on you. I don’t care how strong you think you are.

The only reason I was able to get through that time was because of my grandmother, and because of basketball. Those two things protected me. On the day my mother died, I went straight to the park to play ball. It was all I wanted to do. It was an escape for me.

Read the entire interview here.

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