Khloe Kardashian Divorce: Lamar Odom’s Father Joe Speaks Out, ‘His Problems Started the Day He Married Khloe’
If you have been "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" then you already know that Lamar Odom has a difficult relationship with his father, Joe. In the last few months, Odom's four year marriage to Khloe Kardashian has been making headlines and is rumored to be on the rocks because of drug allegations and cheating rumors.
He has been accused of having an affair with at least five different women and TMZ reports that he has a serious crack cocaine addiction. According to several rumors, Kris Jenner is urging her daughter to divorce Odom and move on. Now, Odom's father has spoken out publicly for the first time and is also urging the athlete to get a divorce.
According to Heat, Joe believes his son's problems started the day he married the reality star.
"They brought him down. He would be better off without them," Joe said. "I think the best thing for him would be to have a clean break and divorce Khloe."
He also pointed a finger at Jenner telling the magazine that he believes the momager "ramped up his drug problems" to the media because she doesn't want him to be in the family anymore. Even though Kardashian is being pressured to end her marriage, she isn't ready to give up on Odom just yet.
"She's been talking trash about my son, saying he's on drugs and stuff like that. I don't think she cares about Lamar, she just cares about their image and money," he said. "I wish he had never got married to Khloe. She's controlling. Those Kardashian women all are."
"In public she's nice, but if you see her personally you see the real person," he continued. "The mother's like that, too."
He also had a bone to pick to with Kim Kardashian. He told Heat that he once heard the reality star say that "they don't have crackheads in their family" which really upset him.
"Look at where she came from. We don't want porno stars in our family."
Do you think Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's marriage will survive all the rumors and allegations?